- The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT)
- This gives patients the ability to consolidate data through the use of medical equipment with access to collect, analyse and send data, allowing direct healthcare connectivity.
- Healthcare 4.0
- By utilising data for information allows healthcare management to make more informed decisions and increase the efficiency of the healthcare system.
- Artificial Intelligence (AI)
- Shortages in radiology mean that there is an increasing gap between the radiologist and patient data. AI is a tool which could help tackle this issue and increase productivity.
- With patient records being monetised, concerns have been raised over current cybersecurity issues. It is only by improving security issues can health providers work to maintain the patient’s privacy.
Published on : Thu, 5 Sep 2019
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