Ultimately, it’s not about the data. It’s about a better and healthier future for all - and the technology to make it happen is available now.
The World Health Organization (WHO) predicts that the number of people over age 65 will grow from 524 million in 2010 to 1.5 billion in 2050. As a result, more people will have more chronic conditions, requiring more medical care than ever before.
Learn how healthcare digitization can re-write this equation:
- Simplifying operations
- Amplifying caregivers' ability to make smart decisions based on a wealth of available data
- Boosting productivity
- Reducing costs
Health-care industry will soon have the building blocks to truly leverage artificial intelligence (AI) and solve some of the largest cultural and economic challenges facing the modern world.
By leveraging the latest technology, from bed care to hospital logistics and from diagnostics to staff communication, the digital hospital offers great promises.
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