Conference Recap: CES 2022

Known as the largest consumer electronics show in the world, CES brought together over 45,000 eager attendees at this year’s event. Participants were especially excited to explore the newest innovations in-person after an all-digital CES 2021. Due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and its acceleration of remote care, this year’s show drew a surge of interest in digital health innovation. “The pandemic spurred rapid innovation from digital health companies across the globe who continue to find ways to make our lives safer, happier and longer,” said Gary Shapiro, President and CEO of the Consumer Technology Association. “We are thrilled with health technology’s strong presence at CES 2022 and look forward to its continued growth in the years ahead.” 

EveryDose was one of more than 100 health companies to exhibit in the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center. CES 2022 featured the latest and greatest health technologies including remote patient monitoring, digital therapeutics, wearables, mental wellness, and virtual care services. Years ago, healthcare providers were wary of consumer-facing technology but are now realizing the value in tools that enable patients to be in control of their own health.  

The EveryDose exhibit attracted hundreds of daily visitors representing health insurers, health systems and physician groups, pharma, and more. Each organization shared a common interest in health technologies that can take healthcare out of the hospital and place it into the lives of patients and consumers. Now more than ever, digital health tools like the EveryDose medication management platform can have a tremendous impact on patients, enabling them to take control of their health in their daily lives. Other trends to watch in 2022 include women’s health technology, telemental health, and the use of digital health to address health equity and social determinants of health (SDOHs).