The key player defines digital health as data application for healthcare delivery using computational and telecommunication technologies to support business process workflow, clinical workflow, and patient data management. Digital health aims to achieve better patient outcomes while improving efficiency and containing costs through provider and payer transformation and more robust patient engagement.

It has grown consistently, creating growth opportunities from challenges in front of healthcare providers. With declining digital health investments, mergers & acquisitions gain momentum, with a few big value acquisitions in the at-home care segment. Virtual care, telehealth, and provider and payer solutions saw strong growth. This outlook discusses major trends impacting global digital health and stakeholder growth opportunities.