IoT in Indian Health Care Industry

The Internet of Things could be a game changer for the healthcare industry. It’s already booming sector around the globe. We are able to do this by increasing efficiency, lowering costs in this sector.

Specifically we can address below these mainly :-

  • Monitor hand hygiene compliance to reduce transmission of Hospital Acquired Infections (HAIs) to patients
  • Provide core practice functionalities needed by Clinicians, as well as front office and billing staff and used by multiple customers and physicians.
  • Analyze protein and provide accuracy of their composition Support, “Big Data” that is being generated by multitude of devices, device — to — device interaction or “industrial internet”, predictive analytics on Big Data among others
  • Enable asset and operations optimizations by providing a standard way to run industrial-scale analytics and connect machines, data, and people that can be deployed on machines, on premise, or in the cloud.

What is Next in IoT in healthcare :-

There are a few known enemies to the expansion of IoT in healthcare. First, there’s the danger of overloading physicians with too much data and distracting them from their mission of treating patients. Some hospitals are still tweaking their security policies to keep up with the technological advancements of the BYOD and mHealth era. Stories in this guide explore how much securing healthcare IoT operations will add to an IT department’s workload.

The progression of healthcare IoT, or the Internet of Medical Things, is not without its challenges. Some physicians and health IT departments are still adjusting to using and securing mobile devices during work. Could IoT-derived data be too much for them to handle? The security of IoT is serious enough that a contractor for the Department of Homeland Security spoke about it at HIMSS 2015. This section also shows why healthcare’s lack of standards and communication protocols around IoT put its development in jeopardy.

Connected medical devices and applications are already part of the Internet of Medical Things. How much they will integrate into patient care and other aspects of healthcare remains to be seen. This guide section dives into how IoT can be used to collect share patients’ bio metric data and monitor them after they’ve been discharged from a hospital. Keep reading to see what other possibilities could be realize through healthcare IoT.

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