Harry Wang

Harry Wang oversees Parks Associates' mobility and apps research, which covers mobile/wearable devices and services, apps and APIs, and mobile commerce/marketing, payment, and connected car industries. He is also the founder and lead analyst of Parks Associates’ digital health research program since its inception in 2006. He and his team cover emerging health technologies, applications, and services in areas such as chronic/preventive care, independent living, wellness and fitness, and virtual/convenience care. Harry has published more than 40 industry reports and white papers and presented his mobility and digital health research at numerous industry events including CES, Mobile World Congress, CTIA, Open Mobile Summit, World Health Congress, the American Telemedicine Association Annual Trade Show, and Parks Associates’ CONNECTIONS™ and Connected Health Summit conferences.

Harry earned his MS degree in marketing research from the University of Texas at Arlington. He also holds an MBA degree in finance from Texas Christian University and a BA degree in international business from Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, P.R. China.

INDUSTRY EXPERTISE: Digital Health Products and Services, Portable and Mobile Access Platforms and Applications, Digital Imaging Products and Services

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Harry Wang and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

New CMS initiative a pivotal point in primary care market

Innovations shine at the mHealth Summit

Innovations shine at the mHealth Summit

As payment reform deepens, and with government regulation no longer a barrier, innovators are focusing on delivering value to their customers, especially in the health enterprise customer market.

The consumerization of health IT

The consumerization of health IT

Consumerism in healthcare will force health IT vendors to change their sales strategy and become more end-user oriented. Instead of just using buzz words and product demos to hard-sell their solutions, health IT vendors might benefit...

Recent CMS policy goals and legislative moves bode well for healthcare IT adoption

Recent CMS policy goals and legislative moves bode well for healthcare IT adoption

Recently published CMS payment reform goals will particularly benefit healthcare organizations that have the vision to invest in population health management solutions and adopt information and communications technology to increase...

Virtual care demand could test care providers’ health IT infrastructure in 2015

Virtual care services in the U.S. are expected to grow significantly from 2015 onward. Healthcare providers may need to strengthen their health IT infrastructure and patient-centered service support for this new market.

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