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The Digital Brain Health Market to Reach $1 Billion by end of 2012 According to New SharpBrains Report
Date:12/4/2012

omputerized Web-based and mobile cognitive assessments, cognitive training and cognitive behavioral therapies
  • Biometrics-based monitoring and brain training solutions that measure physiological responses such as heart rate variability and electroencephalography.  
  • As part of the report, SharpBrains conducted in-depth analysis of more than 200 companies in the space—identifying 5 Market Leaders and 10 Companies to Watch in 2013/2014--, asked more than prominent scientists to identify the most important innovation opportunities from their published research, updated 10 innovation case studies, and surveyed over 3,000 experts and early-adopters. Summarized survey highlights include:

    • 94% Agree/Strongly Agree with "Addressing cognitive and brain health should be a healthcare priority"
    • 83% Agree/Strongly Agree with "I would personally take a brief assessment every year as an annual mental check-up'"
    • 83% Agree/Strongly Agree with "Adults of all ages should take charge of their own 'brain fitness,' without waiting for their doctors to tell them to"
    • 73% Agree/Strongly Agree with "Digital technologies can significantly complement other behavioral and drug-based interventions"

    To purchase the full report as a single or enterprise license, visit http://www.sharpbrains.com/market-report/. The single-user license is $995.00 and the enterprise license is $2,995.00. Customers that purchase the report will also gain access to more than 30 hours of recorded panels and workshops from the 2012 SharpBrains Virtual Summit: Optimizing Health through Neuroplasticity, Innovation and Data, a four-day event that convened two hundred industry and science leaders in June of 2012.  The recordings feature discussions among CEOs, technologists, and key scientists working to advance the field.

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