Over the years, owing to regulatory changes and patient expectations, healthcare has undergone a massive transformation. Today the focus has shifted from delivery to value. Treatment outcomes and patient-centricity have become key essentials for providers. To succeed,...
Business insider quotes,” The global internet of medical things (IoMT) market is expected to swell to $158 billion valuations in 2022 up from about $41 billion in 2017.” The health care segment has been witnessing a disruption of sorts with digital health...
Hospitals use a lot of technology today. And, every digital equipment or an app is generating lots of data. However, the data is just piles of ‘zeros’ and ‘ones’ unless you try to process it and extract actionable intelligence and insights from it. Yes, data without...
Technology is fast changing the face of healthcare. Inundated with challenges to lower hospital readmissions and overall healthcare costs, hospitals are finding remote patient monitoring as an effective way to enhance treatment at affordable costs. A survey conducted...
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