Technology is empowering Digital Transformation in Healthcare.
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Technology is empowering Digital Transformation in Healthcare.

Healthcare Tech Outlook | Thursday, January 06, 2022

Technologies are beneficial in a variety of ways. They have the ability to provide services that are more physically accessible and all-encompassing, as well as more efficient for everyone.

FREMONT CA: The COVID-19 outbreak has seriously disturbed Asian-Pacific healthcare system, exposing its social disparities. There is an urgent need to address these concerns to stabilize and enhance the entire system and stimulate the healthcare sector. Taking this into account, the public and commercial health systems had to adapt and develop innovative ways to survive. Digital technology has transformed the way healthcare is delivered in India. The governmental and business sectors are working together to promote the adoption of these technologies. The Asia-Pacific medical device industry is estimated to reach US$ 65 billion by 2024, according to IBEF. To deliver universal, cheap, equitable, and excellent care to all residents while contributing to the wider digital transformation of the economy, digital technology is being adopted.

Technologies offer a lot of value. They can make service delivery more accessible and efficient for all. Providers and patients benefit from edge computing by gaining access to real-time data analytics and processing capacity. By altering the healthcare industry's system, edge computing and machine learning tools may fact-check data and create relevant insights in real-time. The increased use of smartphones, wearables, and electronic medical records have seen healthcare firms in the Asian-Pacific region as the most pro-cloud of any rampant industry.

Healthcare firms in APAC are the most “pro-cloud” of any vertical industry and are expected to be the fastest-growing regional market for digitalization till 2028.

Wearable health monitors and fitness trackers collect and analyze data such as pulse, blood oxygen levels, and sleep patterns using AI and edge computing. It also allows doctors to quickly assess patients. It also allows for the analysis of historical data for underlying health trends or issues in a patient.

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