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Here are the Digital Health Trends That Defined the 2014 CES

Jamie Carracher, Sr. Manager, Web Content, Consumer Technology Association
If you or someone you know received an activity tracking device this holiday season, you know first-hand the growing prominence of digital health and fitness in our daily lives.
At the 2014 CES, our digital health footprint grew by more than 20 percent from the previous year. We saw an influx of innovation in telemedicine, robotics, wearables and real-time medical monitoring. In the video above, CEA's own Krista Silano shares some of digital health trends and highlights we saw at the show.
If you're looking for even more insight, the mobile health blog MobiHealthNews also recently published a comprehensive analysis, which is well-worth a read:
By many accounts digital health was the breakout category at the International CES 2014 event in Las Vegas earlier this month. While not the most important metric, the sheer quantity of new health and fitness tracking devices at the event certainly shows how much promise companies believe this segment has. And with an influx of new devices and already impressive stable of devices available in the market, curation becomes a key issue. How can consumers sort through these offerings?
What were some of the key digital health trends you observed at CES?