Diabetes has been a long pervasive chronic ailment which affects a number of people. It has been termed as a global epidemic and an expensive disease due to recurrence. On the center for disease control and Prevention list, the U.S.A alone has more than 245 Billion dollars in the lost wages. The numbers have been constantly affected by rapid and influencing opportunities among companies and entrepreneurs.
WHO statistics puts forward around 422 million people having diabetes globally, with an accelerating number going every year. It is estimated that one person among eleven people has been into the condition on a regular basis. The data-intensive nature of diabetes care has been making it an ideal fit for the appliance of artificial intelligence.
Diabetes mellitus is a clinical condition in which an individual has elevated blood glucose levels. Insulin-dependent (type 1) diabetes is managed by monitoring the blood glucose level with finger prick blood tests performed several times throughout the day and adjusting insulin levels based on such readings. This invasive method is painful, inconvenient, time-consuming, and not good enough for managing a dynamic and complex disease condition such as diabetes. Several non-invasive methods of blood glucose measurement and insulin delivery are under development. Glucose measurement devices are now capable of continuously monitoring blood glucose levels throughout the day.
Digitization has made big data technologies more relevant in the healthcare context. The proliferation of smart devices has accelerated the transition to digitized healthcare. Smart apps have made self-management of diabetes by the patients affordable. Sensors are capable of transmitting data to the smart devices and diabetics can monitor their blood glucose levels on these devices. Pharmacogenetics and machine learning will help systems embedded with AI to manage diabetes better than humans within the next 20 years. AI algorithms bring about state-of-the-art glucose prediction methods that help in tackling diabetes effectively. They can mimic human cognitive functions. AI is leveraging the avalanche of healthcare data. AI is improving patient outcomes for diabetes patients. Data analytics is expected to make a disruptive impact in diabetes management. Machine learning algorithms enable better diagnosis and monitoring resulting in improved patient-centric treatment. Insulin trackers in the form of wearables, wristwatches, waistbands, and even pens can help in monitoring glucose levels in the blood. Portable and custom-made decision support systems for insulin dosing accumulate data from multiple sources such as manual inputs and body worn sensors. It is predicted that diabetes will extensively be managed by smart machines and AI algorithms within 20 years.
According to , the “Global Artificial Intelligence in Diabetes Management” market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 50.7% during the forecast period 2017 to 2023. The market is driven by factors such as rising elderly population, increasing obesity, favorable demographics, urbanization, rising healthcare costs, and increasing digital affinity. Patient’s privacy and security concerns, lack of curated datasets, and less digital savvy patients are few growth deterrents in the market. The market experiences few growth opportunities such as product innovations, democratization of knowledge, and rising prevalence of type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
Segmentation by Device Types
The market has been segmented and analyzed by the following device types: glucose monitoring devices, diagnostic devices, insulin delivery devices, and other devices.
Segmentation by Artificial Intelligence Techniques
The market has been segmented and analyzed by two artificial intelligence techniques namely case-based reasoning and intelligent data analysis.
Segmentation by Regions
The market has been segmented and analyzed by the following regions: North America, Europe, APAC, and LAMEA.
Segmentation by Countries
Each region has been further segmented and analyzed by countries:
North America – US and Canada
Europe – UK, Germany, Italy, and France
APAC – China, Japan, and India
LAMEA – GCC Countries, Mexico, and Africa
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