We are well into 2023; as they say, the future is now. The last decade or so has seen the world of healthcare go through a shift that has led it towards healthcare technology and an evolution that isn’t in the future anymore but a reality that we live in. At First Outcomes, we have been working extensively towards research and development as we work towards creating digital employees that provide workable solutions for the companies operating in the healthcare sector.
Here is a look at the key digital health trends causing rapid changes in the world and will help you keep up to date with all the news about healthcare AI.
People in the medical industry should be spending time with the patients and not attending customer calls. This is the basic idea behind creating the First Outcomes called automation AI.
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Automation is capable of handling tasks that would otherwise require human resources or pre-recorded messages, which lead to calls being dropped. Surveys suggest that close to 80% of the industry is now switching to automation. First Outcomes automation provides an interactive call automation service that will give the patient a completely interactive experience.
2. Big Data and Analytics
A term that is used mostly to describe huge information volumes which businesses have to go through in their day-to-day operations. This helps organizations make informed and insightful decisions. The healthcare sector also receives a lot of information daily. It is estimated that the big data size of the healthcare market will be valued at $105.73 billion by the turn of the decade. Digital healthcare helps in sorting this data out and creating workable insights from this data.
AR/VR can help health practitioners practice surgeries through digital replicas of body functions and even cancers and tumors. This helps medical practitioners perform virtual surgeries and gain valuable experience in real-time procedures.
4 Wearables and Smart Implants.
Wearables are some of the most prevalent forms of digital, with the likes of wearable watches which measure health and steps and calories. Along with this, there are smart implants that carry smart technology, such as trackers. This is an efficient way to manage your patient’s health, as there is direct information being tracked. Through a small wearable device, the patient has a lot of handy information which can be shared with the Healthcare provider as and when the need arises.
5. IoMT or Internet of Medical things
A concept based on the lines of IoT or the Internet of Things helps healthcare providers improve the services they offer to their patients. This includes sending out reports and prescriptions on their smartphones. On these lines, the First Outcomes office automation helps manage the front office needs of your practice. This can help you manage follow-ups, prescriptions, billing, and payments. This offers a new dimension to the health care providers and makes human resources a lot more efficient.
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