An increasing use of AI and automation in healthcare settings is leading to a greater acceptance of—one might even say a demand for—both.
Top 5 Healthcare Tech Trends Poised for Growth in 2022, Entrepreneur magazine
In radiology departments, imaging staffs say almost 25% of their work is inefficient and could be automated.
10 Healthcare Technology Trends for 2022, Phillips
By 2023, the US medical device market is expected to grow to $208 billion.
Approximately 60% of healthcare organizations have already adopted the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT).
Frost & Sullivan
80% of healthcare providers plan to increase investment in technology and digital solutions over the next five years.
HIMSS Future of Healthcare Report
The pandemic was responsible for a major acceleration of virtual care over the last two years—a market that could reach $250 billion.
July 2021 report, McKinsey & Company
Gartner® report: 2021 Strategic Roadmap for the Real-Time Health System
Per Gartner, “the real-time health system is a vision, a conceptual model and a technology framework for the next generation, digitally transformed healthcare provider organization". The report further mentions that "by 2024, one-half of all healthcare provider digital transformation investments will focus on increasing situational awareness surrounding the patient provider.”
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Gartner, 2021 Strategic Roadmap for the Real-Time Health System, By Barry Runyon, Published 23 March 2021
Healthcare solutions that support these trends:
Locate medical equipment on the floor or within the facility.
Deliver devices that stand up to the frequent cleaning required.
Use to create digital versions of patients’ healthcare records.
SCANNING AND PRINTING
Increase accuracy when printing patient wristbands, charts, and medication orders.
Add solutions that better secure patient information.
Connect patients, doctors, staff members anywhere, at any time.