Wearable Technology Transforming Today’s Healthcare

Wearable Technology Transforming Today’s Healthcare


Many healthcare providers are in tune with the wearable health technology market and examining whether wearables fit in their long-term treatment plans along with various surgical techniques. There is no doubting the popularity of wearable health technology among consumers; however, it is still undecided if and how the data collected by these devices can be worked into patient care across the healthcare industry.

There are many benefits to interconnecting wearable devices into the healthcare sector, some of which include personalization of medical care, a shift from disease treatment to disease prevention and new technologies within hardware and software with primary focus on wearables in the healthcare industry.


Doctors, specifically surgeons, have been quick to adopt wearables such as Google Glass. Pierre Theodore, MD was the first to perform a surgery approved with Google Glass. He was able to preload CT and X-ray images to have them directly in his field of vision without having to take his eyes away from the patient.


Wearable devices have been the key driving factor for component technology innovation overall. With an increase in demand, smart wearables, infotainments systems, and medical fitness devices are the high-growth end product potentials in the microprocessor market. The medical industry as a whole is expected to be one of the key growing applications in the microprocessor market as well.


Many of the key components of wearables began by drafting off the strengths of the devices built in the smartphones. The application processors and sensors for wearable products have more or less been taken off the parts bin of low and mid-tier smartphones, which is typical as manufacturers balance key features for an unknown market. However, in recent years, wearable devices have been proven to be a viable market and many developments have occurred to introduce new technologies.


This includes the movement away from LCD, flexible/curved displays and non-rectangular displays. Long before these developments became trendy to talk about in wearables, smartphones drove the initial mass-market introductions. The shift from LCD has gone to OLED, which has unique power and performance benefits in wearables.

As trends in the market evolve and new technology is developed, Advanced MP Technology conducts continual research and support, with focus on specific fields such as electronic components in medical technology to provide our customers with the best possible products and services. We are top in our industry, known for being a full service global distributor of electronic components and provider of supply chain solutions to the industries which demand highest quality components.