Modern Healthcare, a Crain Communications brand, is pleased to announce the launch of Digital Health Business & Technology, a digital media brand that covers the latest news, data and insights on all aspects of digital healthcare technologies, from hardware, software products and services to finance, investment and mergers and acquisitions activity.
The new digital brand leverages the editorial expertise of Modern Healthcare, an industry-leading provider of healthcare business news for more than 45 years, as well as 10 years of global digital health deal information and analysis acquired from Mercom Capital’s Digital Health Business in June 2021.
The resulting product portfolio will include:
- The Digital Health Business and Technology website (DigitalHealthBusinessandTechnology.com), featuring news coverage, a research and data center and quarterly M&A reports
- The Digital Health Deal and Digital Health Intel weekly e-newsletters
- A Digital Health Alert for breaking industry news
For a limited time, healthcare executives in senior leadership roles in operations, financial and clinical management, information technology and related areas; entrepreneurs and senior leaders within digital health solution provider companies; investment firms, private and institutional investors (commercial banks, mutual funds, etc.), venture capitalists; private equity firms and angel investors, are invited to register for trial access to online content and e-newsletters from Digital Health Business & Technology.
“Digital Health Business & Technology offerings will serve the needs of the entire digital health ecosystem, enabling healthcare executives, entrepreneurs, business leaders and investors to determine how best to leverage digital health solutions for improved outcomes, accelerated innovation and greater business growth,” said Fawn Lopez, publisher of Modern Healthcare.
“Our digital health portfolio will serve the information needs of healthcare executives who are seeking to understand the strategic business value of the latest digital health technology solutions to their operations, along with technology professionals at provider and clinical organizations who evaluate and determine which technology solutions are the right fit for their digital health strategies, and investors who track deals, IPOs and M&A activity to identify trends for future investment in digital health companies,” said Jon Morton, general manager of Digital Health Business & Technology.
According to McKinsey & Company, in 2019, digital health represented a global market worth approximately $350 billion. All digital health value pools are expected to grow by at least 8% annually through 2024, leading to an estimated market size of at least $600 billion.