Most adults in the U.S. own a cellphone of some kind, and 85 percent of them own a smartphone, according to recent data from the Pew Research Center.
Smartphone users are booking flights, depositing checks, ordering food and streaming entertainment at home from the many apps on their devices. But healthcare in the U.S. has yet to reach that level of widespread consumer access that other industries have achieved.
At the HLTH 2021 conference, available virtually and live in Boston, experts discussed transformations happening in the digital health space, from patient-facing devices providing…