State of the Web & Mobile Device Impact

by | Nov 17, 2010

Yesterday, Morgan Stanley analyst Mary Meeker gave her annual presentation on the State of the Web 2010. As always, she has done her homework with some excellent stats presented that draw some provokative conclusions. While this presentation looks at the broader market, it is not too hard to start connecting the dots and apply some of her findings to the healthcare sector.

Slide 8 above shows just how dramatic the pace of adoption is for mobile+internet. What this slide points to and what our own recent research has uncovered (more to come – mHealth in the Enterprise report to be released tomorrow) is that mobile+internet is going to have a tremendous impact on all industry sectors, including healthcare.

Fasten your seat belts folks, this ride is only going to accelerate.

1 Comment

  1. e-Patient Dave

    John, this must be Mary’s grand fall tour, because people were tweeting about it ten days ago. I’d never heard of her, and I dug through her past talks.

    I found paradigm-poppers, changing my innocent view, especially in her talk last April. You’re more astute than I at a lot of this stuff, so what I had to say about it may be old hat to you.

    For what it’s worth: Busting the paradigm about mobile for health: it’s not just phones and browsers.



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