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Digital Health Care: What Lies Ahead in 2019?
How will the smart hospital sector evolve during the coming year?
Dec 20, 2018—
As 2018 comes to an end, what changes will we see in the digital health-care industry in the new year? How will technology help smart hospitals to evolve in 2019? Here are my top three predictions.
Digital Health Care and Remote Monitoring Will Become Smarter and More Accessible
In terms of remote monitoring, wearables will become more common applications in health care as another large source of patient data, but only on a localized delivery level with specific and targeted patient populations. Major strides in utilizing personalized health data and the self-management of chronic diseases through wearables have already demonstrated the potential to increase access to care, enable a more proactive approach to providing care and prevent hospital readmissions. Receiving notifications and information at the point of care will provide more actionable insights and allow for more informed decision making that can improve the quality of care delivered. As wearable and remote-monitoring technologies become cheaper—and, therefore, more accessible—population health will begin to come more into the forefront, putting a strong focus on primary and preventative care.
Digital Health Care Is on the Cusp of capitalizing on Opportunity
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