Health products are increasingly becoming more sophisticated and connected to people’s lives, according to a new report from Canadian health authorities.
Health Canada has released a report titled The Global Connectivity Revolution: Connecting Health Products to Smart Health, which outlines a number of trends that are impacting health care products across the globe.
According to the report, more than 5.4 million smart health products and devices are now on the market in the United States, according the report released on Tuesday.
The report notes that this growth is driven by advances in technology and the adoption of new technologies and health care standards.
It also notes that a variety of health care providers are moving towards integrating health products into their business models and strategies.
For example, more and more providers are using smart medical record technology to track medical conditions, such as heart disease and diabetes, and track their progress and preventative measures, according Health Canada.
Other health care innovations include new sensors that track vital signs, the delivery of blood and urine samples, and health-related products such as vaccines and cancer screening tests.
The researchers also noted that a growing number of health products are being developed to address people’s physical, cognitive, and emotional health, such at a more personal level.
Health authorities are encouraging people to become more connected with their healthcare products and services.
In a statement, Health Canada noted that it is a global initiative to connect health products to the people who use them.
The Global Connector report found that more than 50 percent of people in the world are connected to their health products.
Health authorities are working to improve the connectivity of health tools and services in order to help people achieve their health goals.