Internet of things (IoT) in healthcare

Introduction:

What is IoT?

IoT in the healthcare industry:

Application of IoT in the healthcare industry:

  • It allows patients to monitor in real-time which considerably cuts down unnecessary visits with doctors and hospitals.
  • It helps in improving treatments as it permits health experts to make an evidence-based decision and provide accurate information and data in treatment.
  • Constant patient surveying and real-time data help in diagnosing diseases at an early stage or before the disease develops based on symptoms.
  • It helps in the proper management of drugs and medical equipment through connected devices.
  • Data generated through IoT devices help in effective decision making which will reduce errors, waste, and system costs and ensure smooth operation

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