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Integral
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The Healthcare industry is always looking for the next advancement as it goes through a great crisis. Healthcare services are more expensive than ever and the ageing population has seen an increase in chronic diseases.While technology cannot stop people from ageing or having chronic diseases, it can drastically improve the implementation of healthcare services by its cost-efficient and improved diagnostic capabilities.Internet of Things (IoT) is intended to reduce or completely remove human to computer and human to human interactions and in that process improving diagnosis, reducing operating costs and increasing life expectancy of patients by achieving higher automation with convenience. Let’s discuss a few important benefits of IoT in healthcare as described below:1. Improved diagnosis2. Better medicine adherence and improved treatment outcomes3. Reduced costs4. Better staff performance 1. Improved diagnosisHealthcare sector can benefit immensely from the capability of computers to absorb and analyze more data in less time compared to humans. Doctors on the other side can take a long time to analyze complex new medical information that is being made available daily. IBM’s Watson computer, for example, collects data from patients’ records and case studies performed all around the globe and then decides with the help of artificial intelligence. The computer’s accuracy to diagnose cancer is far superior to doctors. Right diagnosis in a shorter time can reduce the hospitalization rates by a large amount. 2. Better medicine adherence and improved treatment outcomesPatients with chronic diseases like diabetes mellitus, hypertension, kidney failure and congestive heart failure can avoid hospitalization or re-admission if they can maintain on-time medication schedule and do not forget to take their prescribed medications. GlowPack like audiovisual pill reminders generate medication adherence reports on a weekly/monthly basis for providers to evaluate treatment outcomes. MedMinder is a pill container that sends a notification when patients forget to take their prescribed medications.  3. Reduced costsIoT technologies can help reduce readmissions to the hospital for patients with chronic ailments by monitoring, improved treatment outcome and better medication adherence. This results in reduced costs. IoT also helps hospitals by cutting human costs with application of such applications for internal operations.4. Better staff performanceIn the case of industrial health care systems, it will be easier for you to determine if your employees are performing their jobs correctly. This is because the devices will be able to measure their performance and will provide you with feedback reports on their performance, hence increasing the productivity and performance of the staff.The bottom line Incorporating IoT can be extremely beneficial and can provide absolute peace of mind to the healthcare professionals and paramedical staff.  
The Healthcare industry is always looking for the next advancement as it goes through a great crisis. Healthcare services are more expensive than ever and the ageing population has seen an increase in chronic diseases.While technology cannot stop people from ageing or having chronic diseases, it can drastically improve the implementation of healthcare services by its cost-efficient and improved diagnostic capabilities.Internet of Things (IoT) is intended to reduce or completely remove human to computer and human to human interactions and in that process improving diagnosis, reducing operating costs and increasing life expectancy of patients by achieving higher automation with convenience. Let’s discuss a few important benefits of IoT in healthcare as described below:1. Improved diagnosis2. Better medicine adherence and improved treatment outcomes3. Reduced costs4. Better staff performance 1. Improved diagnosisHealthcare sector can benefit immensely from the capability of computers to absorb and analyze more data in less time compared to humans. Doctors on the other side can take a long time to analyze complex new medical information that is being made available daily. IBM’s Watson computer, for example, collects data from patients’ records and case studies performed all around the globe and then decides with the help of artificial intelligence. The computer’s accuracy to diagnose cancer is far superior to doctors. Right diagnosis in a shorter time can reduce the hospitalization rates by a large amount. 2. Better medicine adherence and improved treatment outcomesPatients with chronic diseases like diabetes mellitus, hypertension, kidney failure and congestive heart failure can avoid hospitalization or re-admission if they can maintain on-time medication schedule and do not forget to take their prescribed medications. GlowPack like audiovisual pill reminders generate medication adherence reports on a weekly/monthly basis for providers to evaluate treatment outcomes. MedMinder is a pill container that sends a notification when patients forget to take their prescribed medications.  3. Reduced costsIoT technologies can help reduce readmissions to the hospital for patients with chronic ailments by monitoring, improved treatment outcome and better medication adherence. This results in reduced costs. IoT also helps hospitals by cutting human costs with application of such applications for internal operations.4. Better staff performanceIn the case of industrial health care systems, it will be easier for you to determine if your employees are performing their jobs correctly. This is because the devices will be able to measure their performance and will provide you with feedback reports on their performance, hence increasing the productivity and performance of the staff.The bottom line Incorporating IoT can be extremely beneficial and can provide absolute peace of mind to the healthcare professionals and paramedical staff.  

The Healthcare industry is always looking for the next advancement as it goes through a great crisis. Healthcare services are more expensive than ever and the ageing population has seen an increase in chronic diseases.

While technology cannot stop people from ageing or having chronic diseases, it can drastically improve the implementation of healthcare services by its cost-efficient and improved diagnostic capabilities.

Internet of Things (IoT) is intended to reduce or completely remove human to computer and human to human interactions and in that process improving diagnosis, reducing operating costs and increasing life expectancy of patients by achieving higher automation with convenience.

 

Let’s discuss a few important benefits of IoT in healthcare as described below:

1. Improved diagnosis

2. Better medicine adherence and improved treatment outcomes

3. Reduced costs

4. Better staff performance

 

1. Improved diagnosis

Healthcare sector can benefit immensely from the capability of computers to absorb and analyze more data in less time compared to humans. Doctors on the other side can take a long time to analyze complex new medical information that is being made available daily. IBM’s Watson computer, for example, collects data from patients’ records and case studies performed all around the globe and then decides with the help of artificial intelligence. The computer’s accuracy to diagnose cancer is far superior to doctors. Right diagnosis in a shorter time can reduce the hospitalization rates by a large amount.

 

2. Better medicine adherence and improved treatment outcomes

Patients with chronic diseases like diabetes mellitus, hypertension, kidney failure and congestive heart failure can avoid hospitalization or re-admission if they can maintain on-time medication schedule and do not forget to take their prescribed medications. GlowPack like audiovisual pill reminders generate medication adherence reports on a weekly/monthly basis for providers to evaluate treatment outcomes. MedMinder is a pill container that sends a notification when patients forget to take their prescribed medications. 

 

3. Reduced costs

IoT technologies can help reduce readmissions to the hospital for patients with chronic ailments by monitoring, improved treatment outcome and better medication adherence. This results in reduced costs. IoT also helps hospitals by cutting human costs with application of such applications for internal operations.

4. Better staff performance

In the case of industrial health care systems, it will be easier for you to determine if your employees are performing their jobs correctly. This is because the devices will be able to measure their performance and will provide you with feedback reports on their performance, hence increasing the productivity and performance of the staff.

The bottom line 

Incorporating IoT can be extremely beneficial and can provide absolute peace of mind to the healthcare professionals and paramedical staff. 

 

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