According to research, millennials use technology and mobile applications very intensively, but they do not show much demand for health applications. According to a survey by Telemedicine provider American Well,older generations are more active in the use of health applications than millennials.
First of all, the survey, 18-34, 35-44, 45-54, 55-64, 65 years and above,including 5 different age groups were made on the basis of. When we look at the shared information, the people who use pharmacy apps the least are the 18-34 age group with 29 percent.
In comparison, the 45-54 age group, which uses pharmacy applications most intensively, uses pharmacy applications by 42 percent. When we look at health insurance applications, we see that the lowest usage rate is in the 18-34 age group.
Only 21 per cent of users aged 18-34 are actively using health insurance apps. The age group that used health insurance applications the most was 55-65 years old with 40 percent. When we look at the use of online examination applications, the 18-34 age group is 13 percent, the age group with 65 years and older stands out with 8 percent.
Millennials use sports-oriented fitness apps quite extensively, although they generally use health practices less often. 46 per cent of survey respondents aged 18-34 use fitness apps. Survey participants with the least amount of fitness apps are participants aged 65 or older.
Another type of application that millennium scans use extensively with fitness is nutrition tracking practices. The 18-34 age group is the age group that most actively uses nutritional follow-up practices with 43 percent. The age group that uses the least dietary monitoring practices is between 20 and 65 and older.
Finally, we come across weight tracking. Millennials are the age group that most actively uses weight tracking practices at 38 percent. The age group that uses weight tracking apps the least is the age group aged 17 to 65 and over, as you can imagine.