Focus On Health
It’s hard to ignore the pace of innovation in healthcare, from wearables and remote monitoring to the Internet of Things. Apps using AI and machine learning are already answering growing demand for off-site medical care. These technologies have the potential to transform how we deliver healthcare, and the global market for digital health is expected to top £400 billion by 2025.
Digital health - the difference
Rather than simply mimic what a human practitioner does, the unique value in digital solutions is their ability to enhance the experience for both the end user and the service provider. To understand the different approach needed for this shift, it’s helpful to identify where the opportunities to harness the phenomenal power of machines lie, and where this can helpfully interface with human skills and knowledge. We’ve spoken to leading experts about how we can help map the future of this field, and we’ll be exploring the topics of ethics, data privacy and discrimination in future articles and white papers.
How others innovate
Health is one sector we have unique insights into, having developed a number of apps and platforms over the last decade which are proving increasingly important as a way to help our clients reach vulnerable or underserved users in the community, including expectant and new parents, teenagers and office workers. Explore our case studies here:
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Despark’s team is strategic, approachable, flexible, and responsive. We aren't always easy to work with, as we’ve gone through lots of changes, but Despark did incredibly well in helping us grow our vision into a reality. Despark’s designers are incredible. I look at competitor apps regularly and haven’t seen anything that came close to ours, which has an elegance to it.