By the Numbers

By the Numbers: Digital Health/Wearables

Section Editor: The ISPOR Student Network

Contributors: Ingrid A Cox, Ambrish Singh, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia; Vasco Miguel Pontinha, Tyler Wagner, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, USA; Felix Wolfrum, TH Köln – University of Applied Sciences, Hamburg, Germany; Sathish Venkatasamy Dhayalan, Annamalai University, Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu,  India; Elena Keller, University of New South Wales, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia; Gabriela Ricon, Javeriana University (Pontificia Universidad Javeriana), Bogotá, Colombia

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3. Mombers C, Legako K, Gilchrist A. Identifying medical wearables and sensor technologies that deliver data on clinical endpoints. Br J Clin Pharmacol. 2016;81(2):196-198. doi:10.1111/bcp.12818

4. Graña Possamai C, Ravaud P, Ghosn L, Tran V-T. Use of wearable biometric monitoring devices to measure outcomes in randomized clinical trials: a methodological systematic review. BMC Medicine. 2020;18(1):310.

5. Vailshery L. Statista. Wearables Market Share Companies 2021. https://www.statista.com/statistics/435944/quarterly-wearables-shipments-worldwide-market-share-by-vendor/. Published 2021. Accessed August 31, 2021.

6. Cohen AB, Mathews SC. The digital outcome measure. Digit Biomark. 2018;2(3):94-105.

7. Smuck M, Odonkor CA, Wilt JK, Schmidt N, Swiernik MA. The emerging clinical role of wearables: factors for successful implementation in healthcare. npj Digit Med. 2021;4(1):45.

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