Analysis of the U.S. Personal Emergency Response Systems Markets

A Study on Primary Safety for Aging in Place
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Published: 1 Oct 2014

The Personal Emergency Response Systems (PERS) market in 2013 is at a period of transition as consumer health technologies are increasing in availability and lowering price points for direct-to-consumer monitoring care. The mobile trend of convergence in remote care continues to expand offerings, with mPERS launches from Tier 1 vendors on down. We include information on the total PERS market, as well as segmentation by standard and mobile PERS (mPERS) categories. As a primary point of aging in place technology support, PERS is a leading area of opportunity in telehealth, and exhibits business model factors which place it at a higher valuation than many other markets in the broader landscape of remote monitoring.

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