Modern digital healthcare is influencing the healthcare industry and point to a healthier, brighter, and more productive future.
Fremont, CA: Digital healthcare is revamping the face of medicine. The driving factor behind new digital trends is millennials. They are generally dissatisfied with traditional models of health care and prefer greater access to digital healthcare. In order to meet their needs, healthcare providers continue to invest in the latest technology in healthcare. Therefore, health organizations spent billions of dollars into the industry, and it was during this period that such digital healthcare trends as telemedicine came into being. This decade is deemed to see further advancement of those digital health trends undoubtedly. There will also be new entrants in the digital healthcare space.
As innovations continue to emerge, and only advanced health care trends can be expected in the future.
Healthcare Internet of Things
Internet of Things (IoT) is rapidly transforming how people connect with healthcare providers. Many wearable devices are introduced in the market that allows recording data about the users' health and provides the status in real-time. For instance, if the user has a heart condition, the device can collect essential data on the users' resting heart condition for days. This information is beneficial for the physician to form a comprehensive picture of the users' condition.
Reliance on Artificial Intelligence
AI has proven to be immensely helpful in the healthcare industry. Currently, the leaders in the healthcare industry admit that they are heavily investing in AI. Most of the hospital executives are confident that investing in AI will yield a substantial ROI within four years; automated administrative work reduced the waste of resources and lessened human error. With the beginning of a new decade, it's clear that AI is the surest path toward accessible and cost-effective healthcare.
Investment in Cybersecurity
Cybersecurity is one of the risks that organizations of all types and sizes, including healthcare, is experiencing. The cases of medical facilities being paralyzed by ransomware attacks or cyber-attacks are now and then on the headlines. To protect themselves, organizations have been investing in advanced cybersecurity measures. It is estimated that by 2021, cybersecurity investment will exceed $65 billion as ensuring robust cybersecurity protection is essential for sensitive medical data.