The market comprised $98 million in revenue during 2017, and is beginning to move away from stand-alone devices or apps. Diabetes is a costly chronic condition, and according to the International Diabetes Federation affects at least 425 million people worldwide. As such, its little surprise that an increasing number of digital health companies have spotted an opportunity to help patients manage and control their disease.In fact, that opportunity led the total revenue digital diabetes market to triple in 2017 to $98 million, according to a soon-to-be-published market report from Research2Guidance. And this growth shows no sign of stopping thanks to additional revenue stemming from bundled sales of digitally-connected diabetes management and other sources, the research group expects the full market to be worth $742 million in 2022.

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