There’s no wonder that the technological advancements have a significant impact on our lives. From navigation of apps, to guide you home safely, everywhere technology is playing a significant role.
However, technology in healthcare industry is transforming convenience, patient communication, improving diagnosis levels and prove to be life-saving.
The key technologies are providing the foundation for many booming healthcare innovations that are disrupting the industry. To keep pace with this continuous transformation, healthcare organization will need to embrace new technologies that will improve health outcomes, make it cost-effective, and provide value-based care.
As healthcare shifts to a model of any-time, any-place, continuous and personalized care, it is essential to analyze the prime technologies that will redefine the future of healthcare segment in 2018.
” We believe consumer Compiblog health technologies – apps, wearables, self-diagnosis tools – have the potential to strengthen the patient-physician connection and improve health outcomes.”
– Dr. Glen Stream, Chairman, Family Medicine for America’s Health
The emerging new technologies combined with the variety of new drivers that include technology-centric transformation not only leads to cost reduction but also ensures value-based care in the healthcare industry.
Healthcare industry has been impacted in a substantial positive way in case of automation, machine learning, and artificial intelligence.
According to a study from the University of Michigan, the transformation of information from the conventional paper to electronic health records through digitization reduces the cost of outpatient care by 3%. These researchers estimated this as $5.14 in savings per patient each month.
Healthcare industry is facing revolutionary changes, looking out for the innovative ways to deliver the best patient outcomes while eliminating the dramatic healthcare expenses. What does the future of healthcare hold in 2018? Let’s look at six promising technology ready to transform the healthcare environment.