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Japan, Japan, Fri, Mar 04, 2022 08:06:17 / Comserve Inc. / — Patient-Centric Healthcare Application Market Report Covers Size Analysis, Competitive Landscape, Product Status Revenue, Future Opportunities, Regional Analysis (Latin America, North America, Asia Specific, Europe, Middle East) and Demand by Major Key Players

Market Overview:
The global patient-centric healthcare application market is valued at around USD 4.7 billion in 2019 and is expected to grow with a healthy growth rate of over 37.2% during the forecast period. The patient-centered method plays an important role in the well-being of a patient by providing optimal and quality health care. Due to digitization and advancements in healthcare technology, there is also an increase in the inclination towards patient-centric care which has enabled the development of patient-centric healthcare applications. These apps are well-designed and help in providing information and services to patients regarding their health. It also offers access to health records, help with medication management, and allows patients to manage their health. Thus, these apps help streamline the work of medical researchers and doctors. Rising prevalence of chronic diseases such as diabetes and cardiovascular disorders, along with rising health awareness among patients are the few factors responsible for the high CAGR of the market over the forecast period. According to the International Diabetes Federation, the number of adults with diabetes worldwide was around 415 million in 2015, and this number is expected to rise to nearly 578 million by 2030. Similarly, according to the World Diabetes Organization health (WHO), the prevalence The number of people with diabetes has increased from 108 million in 1980 to 422 million in 2014. This, in turn, is expected to enhance the demand for the application of patient-centered healthcare, to worldwide. Furthermore, increasing number of app users followed by increasing smartphone penetration is also the major factor fueling the growth of the market across the globe. According to industry estimates cited by the FDA, about 500 million smartphone users worldwide use a healthcare app in 2015, and that estimate rises to almost 50% of the more than 3.4 billion. smartphone and tablet users by 2018, including healthcare professionals, patients and healthcare consumers. Hence, this factor further accelerates the adoption of patient-centric healthcare applications among people. However, high cost of patient-centric approach and lack of education of medical professionals are the few factors hindering the growth of the market during the forecast period 2020-2027.

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Regional analysis of Global Patient-Centric Healthcare Application Market is considered for the key regions such as Asia-Pacific, North America, Europe, Latin America and Rest of the world. North America is the leading region in the world in terms of market share due to growing consumer preference for healthy lifestyle, as well as the significant presence of market players in the region. While Asia-Pacific is expected to show the highest growth rate/CAGR during the forecast period 2020-2027. Factors such as increasing prevalence of chronic diseases and improving healthcare IT infrastructure in developing countries such as China and India are the few factors creating a lucrative opportunity for the growth of the cancer vaccines market in the Asia-Pacific region.

The major market players included in this report are:
Allscripts Healthcare Solutions, Inc.
Bayer AG
International Business Machines (IBM) Corp.
iPatientCare
Klick Inc.
Koninklijke Philips NV
Merck & Co.
Novartis International AG
Siemens AG
Pfizer Inc.

The objective of the study is to define the market size of different segments and countries in recent years and to forecast the values ​​to the next eight years. The report is designed to incorporate qualitative and quantitative aspects of the industry in each of the regions and countries involved in the study. Furthermore, the report also provides detailed information about the crucial aspects such as driving factors and challenges which will define the future growth of the market. Additionally, the report should also incorporate the opportunities available in the micro markets for stakeholders to invest in, along with the detailed analysis of the competitive landscape and product offerings of key players.

The detailed segments and sub-segments of the market are explained below:

By technology:
Phone based applications
Web apps
Patient-Centric Wearable Applications

By operating system:
iOS
android
the Windows
Others

By category:
wellness management
Management of diseases and treatments

Per end user:
Hospitals
Clinics
home use

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By region:
North America
we
Canada
Europe
UK
Germany
France
Spain
Italy
DEER

Asia Pacific
China
India
Japan
Australia
South Korea
RoAPAC
Latin America
Brazil
Mexico
Rest of the world

In addition, the years considered for the study are as follows:

Historical year – 2017, 2018
Reference year – 2019
Forecast Period – 2020 to 2027

Target Audience of the Global Patient-Centric Healthcare Application Market in Market Research:

Leading Consulting Firms and Advisors
Large, medium and small businesses
Venture capitalist
Value Added Resellers (VAR)
Third-Party Knowledge Providers
Investment bankers
Investors

Contents
Chapter 1. Executive Summary
1.1. Market overview
1.2. Global and Segmental Market Estimates and Forecasts, 2018-2027 (USD Billion)
1.2.1. Patient-Centric Healthcare Application Market, by Region, 2018-2027 (USD Billion)
1.2.2. Patient-centric healthcare applications market, by technology, 2018-2027 (USD billion)
1.2.3. Patient-centric healthcare application market, by operating system, 2018-2027 (USD billion)
1.2.4. Patient-Centric Healthcare Application Market, By Category, 2018-2027 (USD Billion)
1.2.5. Patient-centric healthcare application market, by end-user, 2018-2027 (USD billion)
1.3. Key trends
1.4. Estimation methodology
1.5. Research hypothesis
Chapter 2. Global Patient-Centric Healthcare Application Market Definition and Scope
2.1. Goal of the study
2.2. Market definition and scope
2.2.1. Scope of the study
2.2.2. Industry evolution
2.3. Years Considered for Study
2.4. Currency conversion rate
Chapter 3. Global Patient-Centric Healthcare Application Market Dynamics
3.1. Patient-Centric Healthcare Application Market Impact Analysis (2018-2027)
3.1.1. Market factors
3.1.2. Market challenges
3.1.3. Market opportunities
Chapter 4. Global Patient-Centric Healthcare Application Market Analysis
4.1. Porter’s 5-force model
4.1.1. Bargaining power of suppliers
4.1.2. The bargaining power of buyers
4.1.3. The threat of new entrants
4.1.4. The threat of substitutes
4.1.5. Competitive Rivalry
4.1.6. Futuristic approach to Porter’s 5 forces model (2017-2027)
4.2. PEST analysis
4.2.1. Politics
4.2.2. Economic
4.2.3. Social
4.2.4. Technological
4.3. Investment Adoption Model
4.4. Analyst recommendation and conclusion
Chapter 5. Global Patient-Centered Healthcare Application Market, By Technology
5.1. Market overview
5.2. Global Patient-Centric Healthcare Application Market by Technology, Performance – Potential Analysis
5.3. Global Patient-Centric Healthcare Applications Market Estimates and Forecasts by Technology 2017-2027 (USD Billion)
5.4. Patient-Centered Healthcare Applications Market, Sub-Segment Analysis
5.4.1. Phone based applications
5.4.2. Web apps
5.4.3. Patient-Centric Wearable Applications
Chapter 6. Global Patient-Centric Healthcare Application Market, By Operating System
6.1. Market overview
6.2. Global Patient-Centric Healthcare Application Market by Operating System, Performance – Potential Analysis
6.3. Global Patient-Centric Healthcare Application Market Estimates and Forecasts by Operating System 2017-2027 (USD Billion)
6.4. Patient-Centered Healthcare Applications Market, Sub-Segment Analysis
6.4.1. iOS
6.4.2. android
6.4.3. the Windows
6.4.4. Others
Chapter 7. Global Patient-Centric Healthcare Application Market, By Category
7.1. Market overview
7.2. Global Patient-Centric Healthcare Application Market by Category, Performance – Potential Analysis
7.3. Global Patient-Centric Healthcare Applications Market Estimates and Forecasts by Category 2017-2027 (USD Billion)
7.4. Patient-Centered Healthcare Applications Market, Sub-Segment Analysis
7.4.1. wellness management
7.4.2. Management of diseases and treatments

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How regional digital health app BookDoc overcomes COVID-19 https://jazdhealthcare.com/how-regional-digital-health-app-bookdoc-overcomes-covid-19/ Tue, 01 Mar 2022 02:30:00 +0000 https://jazdhealthcare.com/how-regional-digital-health-app-bookdoc-overcomes-covid-19/ Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, March 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — BookDoc is an award-winning digital healthcare platform offering its users a complete, end-to-end healthcare solution at their fingertips. Founded in Malaysia in 2015, BookDoc has been profitable for 4 or 5 years, and is now operational in 5 countries in total/Regions (Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, hong kong and […]]]>

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, March 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — BookDoc is an award-winning digital healthcare platform offering its users a complete, end-to-end healthcare solution at their fingertips. Founded in Malaysia in 2015, BookDoc has been profitable for 4 or 5 years, and is now operational in 5 countries in total/Regions (Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, hong kong and Thailand) and 20 cities. BookDoc aims to continue growing its ecosystem in the near future, both online and offline, expanding its presence and reach by providing more seamless and integrated healthcare.

In its largest project to date, BookDoc has been appointed by the Ministry of Health (MOH) to administer COVID-19 vaccines under the PICK program, at malaysia largest vaccination center, Putra World Trade Center (PWTC) in 2021. Upon completion of the initial phase of the PWTC vaccination program, BookDoc successfully administered 1.3 million doses of vaccination. Currently, BookDoc is back at the PWTC, helping the government run the booster program for COVID-19 vaccinations as well as the PICKids program.

As a player in the digital health industry amid the COVID-19 pandemic, BookDoc has also taken an active corporate social responsibility (CSR) role to help fight COVID-19. In addition to the vaccination effort, BookDoc is also working with the MOH on its special COVID-19 digital mobile platform, which includes the following:

  1. Online appointments: online appointment system for more than 600 government health clinics (Klinik Kesihatan) across Malaysiacovering more than 20 million inhabitants;
  2. “Uberization” of COVID-19 laboratory tests: COVID-19 RT-PCR tests performed in the comfort of one’s home or office;
  3. COVID-19 Webinars: Collaborating with public health professionals and experts to host live webinars on COVID-19 related topics;
  4. Virtual clinic services: Teleconsultations where in-person consultations are not required (especially for follow-up cases)

Aligning with public and private sector efforts for stronger mental health initiatives, BookDoc has also partnered with related organizations to advocate and highlight the importance of mental health. BookDoc provides teleconsultation services through an online platform where patients can contact healthcare professionals, in relation to general and mental health issues during the pandemic – all from the comfort and anonymity of their home.

Beyond the fight against COVID-19, BookDoc has continued its operations by offering virtual fitness challenges to improve the general well-being of its users. BookDoc’s Activ feature highlights the importance of fitness while providing gamification of the usual workout routine, offering incentives and rewards through a tier-based system with reward partners over 5,500 touchpoints. In recent months, BookDoc has also joined a partnership with public and private sector organizations to run virtual races – all in a collaborative effort to improve the general health of the public, while providing incentives and motivation to stay healthy. good health.

Entering his 7and year since its inception, BookDoc has since expanded its list of features – now providing a total of 9 features to its user base. Ranging from an online marketplace with an extensive catalog of over 5,500 SKUs of discounted health products and services, to a health coaching feature that gives users access to the in-house team of nutritionists and BookDoc dietitians, BookDoc has managed to provide a broad yet versatile experience for its users. For businesses, BookDoc provides a one-stop solution for managing employee health claims and benefits, as well as personalized employee wellness programs. By partnering with local businesses and multinational corporations, BookDoc aims to increase productivity in the workplace and ultimately reduce employee healthcare costs.

Winning awards such as CNBC as one of the world’s top 100 startups; The competition jointly organized by Pfizer and Alibaba – Healthcare Fintech Alliance (HFA) Innovation Challenge, Asia; ASEAN Summit (Business Awards 2019-2020) as the most innovative startup in the region and also by Frost & Sullivan (2015-2021) as one of the most innovative health technology startups in the region.

The BookDoc app can be downloaded for free from Google Play Store, Apple App Store and Huawei AppGallery, and can also be accessed online at www.bookdoc.com.

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Mobile Technology in Health: Types of Apps, Benefits and Features https://jazdhealthcare.com/mobile-technology-in-health-types-of-apps-benefits-and-features/ Thu, 17 Feb 2022 14:11:28 +0000 https://jazdhealthcare.com/mobile-technology-in-health-types-of-apps-benefits-and-features/ Today, the use of smartphones and mobile devices is revolutionizing the health sector, giving patients greater accessibility to health information and improving their relationship with professionals, and for a mHealth Application Development Company, for example, it is a development vector. In the near future, we believe this will have the most direct impact on us. […]]]>

Today, the use of smartphones and mobile devices is revolutionizing the health sector, giving patients greater accessibility to health information and improving their relationship with professionals, and for a mHealth Application Development Company, for example, it is a development vector. In the near future, we believe this will have the most direct impact on us. We talk about health and the penetration of mobile technology in this area.

What is the essence of mobile health?

Let’s start with what mHealth is. mHealth is a wirelessly connected system of smartphones, tablets and wearables that helps people take care of their health. However, mHealth is not synonymous with telemedicine, as it only includes mobile gadgets that monitor changes in the body. The most popular type of mobile health services involves using wearable devices to monitor health and prevent disease. Additionally, mHealth is used to check on patients’ status, assist in treatment, track outbreaks, and manage chronic diseases.

The mHealth market: its division and its development

Mobile health is a term that refers to the use of mobile devices and wireless technology for the purpose of medical care, as well as to ensure a healthy lifestyle for an individual. The most familiar example of mHealth technology to many is a mobile phone and tablet program related to fitness (eg, weight) or fitness monitoring. However, when we think of mHealth, we still most often think of its functionality from two perspectives:

  • the use of mobile technology by medical organizations to improve healthcare delivery
  • the use of this technology by patients to monitor their own health.

Today, mHealth is two major areas that are developing in parallel, at different rates, while influencing each other. The first concerns technologies, devices, applications and services for the treatment and care of patients, and the second concerns systems and devices designed for the monitoring of well-being and physical condition. You would say that the second area has very little to do with medicine and healthcare, and you would be right, but mHealth is gradually converging or, rather, merging these areas. Therefore, it would be more correct to speak not of health care or medicine, but of ensuring human health in every way through the use of mobile and non-mobile technologies.

Applications for healthcare professionals and patients

Thanks to applications, we can transform our smartphone into what we want it to be. From a personal trainer to a sleep monitor to a diagnostician. In healthcare, there are many applications for healthcare professionals and patients. Wearable technology has also helped monitor our health and fitness. He uses smart clothes and accessories such as watches, bracelets or glasses.

Mobile healthcare: the benefits and use of technology in medicine

The use of technology in medicine brings great benefits. The benefits that can be derived from medical practices managed through mobile devices are obvious to patients and healthcare professionals. These benefits largely depend on the tasks, procedures and medical activities of each center or healthcare professional. Among the advantages of technology in medicine, it is worth mentioning:

  • Quickly and easily access additional information, making every medical visit efficient.
  • It allows the doctor to remotely follow the evolution of each patient, as well as the chronic pathologies, to have more control and knowledge on his patients.
  • Medical apps are great support in treating various ailments and indisputable sources of information.
  • It facilitates online consultations and the issuance of electronic prescriptions.

It is clear that there is an increasing need to acquire the skills necessary to master the use of new technologies in health care. Thus, if you are a student or in training to become a health professional, advancing your specialization in e-health will bring you significant advantages in your professional career.

The functionality of mHealth solutions

When we talk about mobile health, we are talking about a growing sector due to the high use of mobile devices in society, as they offer greater accessibility, portability, manageability and ease of use than other technological devices. . This fact, linked to the health sector, offers an opportunity to innovate and increase efficiency, as well as reduce costs and improve the quality of care.

  • Monitoring, control and self-monitoring. More and more, we are using our mobile phones to manage all kinds of health-related information. For example, we can use our cell phones to log all of our diabetes check items.
  • Diagnoses and calculations. By entering our medical data, we can calculate and guide our diagnosis.
  • Education for patients, caregivers and health care providers. A community can be created to share knowledge.
  • Solve doubts or inquiries.
  • Improve treatment compliance.
  • Allow syncing with medical gadgets.
  • Create communication and telemedicine tools.

There are many apps on the market. In the field of health, depending on the public that uses the applications, we can find two types:

  • Apps for professional purposes: training tools, consultations, basic services such as calculators, alerts… Healthcare professionals are committed to using apps to improve the quality of care by monitoring patients and improving the communication, as well as being able to access information and training tools immediately.
  • Patient-centric applications: tools to help with chronic disease self-management, for periodic administration of medication, scheduling doctor’s appointments, etc.

The growing sector

As we mentioned earlier, mHealth is a young and rapidly growing industry and an mHealth application development company like Empeek successfully develops and builds its products there.

The success achieved in recent years by various mHeath projects shows that this sector is growing and, more importantly, that it can offer many opportunities to innovate in the field of health, to gain in efficiency, to improve the quality of care. or reduce healthcare costs.

In this sense, apps have been discovered as a powerful tool to promote healthy lifestyle habits, early disease detection, prevention or patient empowerment, in addition to chronic disease monitoring.

According to the IMS Health Institute, 70% of apps on the market target the general public across the wellness and exercise segments. The others are intended for the health sector. They are mainly used as information channels (39.8%), to transmit instructions for use (21.4%) or to record user data (18.7%), on questions related to nutrition , physical activity or addiction control, among others.

And based on these statistics, we can conclude that this superyacht has an impressive future ahead of it and is worth watching.

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Digital health app uses chat to improve doctor-patient relationships https://jazdhealthcare.com/digital-health-app-uses-chat-to-improve-doctor-patient-relationships/ Mon, 14 Feb 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://jazdhealthcare.com/digital-health-app-uses-chat-to-improve-doctor-patient-relationships/ Press release – February 14, 2022 NEW YORK, February 14, 2022 (Newswire.com) – Opear®a New York-based home calling and telehealth platform, announced a strategic partnership with the leader in in-app chat, voice and video send a bird. Facilitating rapid information sharing and ongoing communication before and after exams, the enhanced built-in chat functionality will improve […]]]>

Press release

February 14, 2022

Opear®a New York-based home calling and telehealth platform, announced a strategic partnership with the leader in in-app chat, voice and video send a bird. Facilitating rapid information sharing and ongoing communication before and after exams, the enhanced built-in chat functionality will improve digital health patient outcomes and experiences.

Opear MD’s apps (“Opear” and “Opear for Providers”) help patients find and book home visiting and telehealth specialists across the country. Rather than randomly pairing a patient and provider, as is the industry standard, Opear bridges the gap between digital and in-person care by allowing patients to choose their own provider and continue the relationship. they want it.

By improving in-app communication through this integration with Sendbird – the #1 communication platform for in-app user and customer social engagement – Opear will continue its mission to make digital health more personal and combine the best of online and in-person experiences.

“The partnership between Sendbird and Opear MD further strengthens the ever-growing demand for digital health services,” said Bryan Bui, product marketing manager at Sendbird. “Opear MD users can create much more personal relationships with their healthcare professionals through rich interactions both virtually and via chat, as well as in-person door-to-door calls. We are very happy to help Opear MD to provide high level healthcare to patients through the campaign.”

Offering rich voice and video in addition to chat and streams, Sendbird offers the industry’s most robust cloud offerings, scale and infrastructure for leading brands like Reddit, Doordash and Paytm. For more information on Sendbird’s apps for digital health, visit https://sendbird.com/solutions/messaging-for-healthcare.

The “Opear” and “Opear for Providers” applications are available for free download for ios and android.

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About Opear®

Opear MD is a membership-based app for remote digital healthcare. Bridging the gap between online and in-person care, Opear allows patients to select their own provider for home or video exams, medical transportation and prescription writing needs. Since launching in August 2019, Opear has expanded from New York State service to families across the country.

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About Sendbird

Sendbird is the #1 API and in-app communication framework for chat, voice and video. Global brands like Reddit, DoorDash, and Hinge choose Sendbird to drive user engagement, conversion, and retention through digital interactions.

As of January 2022, Sendbird connects over 250 million people worldwide and powers 5 billion digital interactions every month.

Our clients build apps for social media and communities, on-demand services, marketplaces, digital healthcare, financial and fintech services, e-commerce, education, and gaming.

The Sendbird communication platform is constantly evolving. We are constantly releasing new features through our SDK updates to enable new engaging user experiences, easier operations and better performance. Sendbird APIs and infrastructure reduce development, operation, and maintenance cost and risk while accelerating time to market.

Source: Opear®

]]> Cerner acquisition by Oracle sets the stage for EHR upgrade https://jazdhealthcare.com/cerner-acquisition-by-oracle-sets-the-stage-for-ehr-upgrade/ Fri, 11 Feb 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://jazdhealthcare.com/cerner-acquisition-by-oracle-sets-the-stage-for-ehr-upgrade/ Oracle’s landmark $28.3 billion acquisition of healthcare IT services provider Cerner has the industry’s brightest minds questioning whether Big Tech’s foray into improving electronic health records ( EHR) will really improve the provider experience for nurses and doctors. According to Larry Ellison, Oracle Co-Founder, President and […]]]>








Oracle’s landmark $28.3 billion acquisition of healthcare IT services provider Cerner has the industry’s brightest minds questioning whether Big Tech’s foray into improving electronic health records ( EHR) will really improve the provider experience for nurses and doctors. According to Larry Ellison, Oracle Co-Founder, President and CTO of Oracle, this monumental healthcare IT transaction, which is also the largest ever for Oracle, “will provide our overworked healthcare professionals with a new generation of easier-to-use digital tools. tools that provide access to information through a hands-free voice interface to secure cloud applications.”

Ellison’s optimism extends to the commitment to “zero unscheduled downtime in the medical environment” for Cerner’s customers. Oracle’s trifecta of autonomous database, voice-enabled digital assistant user interface, and low-code development tools will help move Cerner to its Gen2 Cloud. Cerner CEO Dr. David Feinberg said the collaboration with Oracle is “an unprecedented opportunity to accelerate our work modernizing electronic health records, improving the caregiver experience, and enabling patient care.” more connected, high quality and efficient”.

Although the EHR’s lack of user-friendliness has been a longstanding complaint from healthcare providers, rapid advances in technology mean that increasing its data incorporation capabilities has required more development resources than warranted. improved convenience of use. This harsh reality of the EHR presents a unique challenge for IT managers as well as clinicians and it is something Oracle will need to address in the future.








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Web3 – An evolution of the internet that will make online healthcare safer, Health News, ET HealthWorld https://jazdhealthcare.com/web3-an-evolution-of-the-internet-that-will-make-online-healthcare-safer-health-news-et-healthworld/ Tue, 08 Feb 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://jazdhealthcare.com/web3-an-evolution-of-the-internet-that-will-make-online-healthcare-safer-health-news-et-healthworld/ By Pradeep Goel We now live in a world where the Internet is used for almost everything, be it personal or professional. However, the ubiquity of the Internet also brings us security issues and cyber threats. In a report by the World Economic Forum, it is predicted that 463 exabytes of data will be created […]]]>
By Pradeep Goel

We now live in a world where the Internet is used for almost everything, be it personal or professional. However, the ubiquity of the Internet also brings us security issues and cyber threats. In a report by the World Economic Forum, it is predicted that 463 exabytes of data will be created daily worldwide by 2025, posing a huge data privacy challenge for organizations and individuals. The invention of the Internet has radically changed the world order, setting us on the path to rapid globalization, where instantaneous communication and transactions across international borders are now the norm. We are now preparing for another paradigm shift that will help Internet users with capabilities beyond the trajectories of Web 1.0 and 2.0 combined, i.e. Web3.0 (aka Web3) – an evolution which stems from the concepts brought by the blockchain, namely decentralization, machine learning and edge computing.

Web 1.0 for healthcare was primarily focused on patient accessibility to their health records or paying bills, but with Web 2.0 it took a turn and focused more on infrastructure based on the cloud. Now, with Web3, we are seeing a major transition as it is built on the ideals of blockchain technology, promoting permissionless, trustless and open networks. Web3 for Healthcare is on its way and it has the ability to give patients control over their healthcare information. With Web3, healthcare is more accessible and user-friendly and also allows the patient to take charge of their own healthcare journey. Layered with artificial intelligence and advances in machine learning, data processing has become more efficient than ever, enabling useful accurate predictions targeted at user needs.

The approach of using Web3 for healthcare will revolutionize the healthcare system as many organizations and individuals are now focusing on increasing the security and quality level of online healthcare services. We can say that Web3 is safer and more secure for technologies such as telemedicine, online health communities and health applications that make the health system less complex and more accessible. With the growing demand for increased security and efficiency in the healthcare industry, advanced networked telemedicine portals are in high demand as they help healthcare professionals reach many patients in remote areas, making health care more accessible. For the patient, decentralized data networks and edge computing serve to provide greater control over data ownership, eliminating middlemen or third parties while adding an increased layer of security with respect to sharing, l exchange and sale of data.

With Web3, we are entering a new era of proactive healthcare that allows us to listen and learn from our data. Web3 in healthcare brings us a fairer internet that will give us fewer data breaches, more freedom and better capabilities to run applications anywhere in the world on a decentralized platform. The potential of blockchain and web3 for the Indian healthcare industry is highly dependent on the acceptance of the new technology within the healthcare ecosystem to create an appropriate technical infrastructure. With Web3 and the right policies and regulatory framework, India’s healthcare sector can bring security, combined with hope and prosperity. As Web 2.0 has brought about incredible technological advancements in the healthcare industry, we are moving towards the natural evolution of the Internet where we are battling user privacy issues/data breaches. Now that we have Web3 with blockchain technology as the core technology, we will see greater progress for safer and more efficient healthcare at scale.

By Pradeep Goel, CEO, Solve.Care

(DISCLAIMER: The views expressed are solely those of the author and ETHealthworld.com does not necessarily subscribe to it. ETHealthworld.com will not be liable for damages caused to any person/organization directly or indirectly.)

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Patient-Centric Healthcare Application Market Size, Share, Growth Overview, Growing Demand and Healthy CAGR in Future Forecast 2027 https://jazdhealthcare.com/patient-centric-healthcare-application-market-size-share-growth-overview-growing-demand-and-healthy-cagr-in-future-forecast-2027/ Fri, 28 Jan 2022 22:37:46 +0000 https://jazdhealthcare.com/patient-centric-healthcare-application-market-size-share-growth-overview-growing-demand-and-healthy-cagr-in-future-forecast-2027/ The global patient-centric healthcare application market is valued at around USD 4.7 billion in 2019 and is expected to grow with a healthy growth rate of over 37.2% over the forecast period 2020-2027. The patient-centered method plays an important role in the well-being of a patient by providing optimal and quality health care. Due to […]]]>

The global patient-centric healthcare application market is valued at around USD 4.7 billion in 2019 and is expected to grow with a healthy growth rate of over 37.2% over the forecast period 2020-2027. The patient-centered method plays an important role in the well-being of a patient by providing optimal and quality health care. Due to digitization and advancements in healthcare technology, there is also an increase in the inclination towards patient-centric care which has enabled the development of patient-centric healthcare applications. These apps are well-designed and help in providing information and services to patients regarding their health. It also offers access to health records, help with medication management, and allows patients to manage their health. Thus, these apps help streamline the work of medical researchers and doctors. Rising prevalence of chronic diseases such as diabetes and cardiovascular disorders, along with rising health awareness among patients are the few factors responsible for the high CAGR of the market over the forecast period.

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According to the International Diabetes Federation, the number of adults with diabetes worldwide was around 415 million in 2015, and this number is expected to rise to nearly 578 million by 2030. Similarly, according to the World Diabetes Organization health (WHO), the prevalence The number of people with diabetes has increased from 108 million in 1980 to 422 million in 2014. This, in turn, is expected to enhance the demand for the application of patient-centered healthcare, to worldwide. Furthermore, increasing number of app users followed by growing smartphone penetration is also the major factor fueling the growth of the market across the globe. According to industry estimates cited by the FDA, about 500 million smartphone users worldwide use a healthcare app in 2015, and that estimate rises to almost 50% of the more than 3.4 billion. smartphone and tablet users by 2018, including healthcare professionals, patients and healthcare consumers. Hence, this factor further accelerates the adoption of patient-centric healthcare applications among people. However, high cost of patient-centric approach and lack of education of medical professionals are the few factors hindering the growth of the market during the forecast period 2020-2027.

Key Players Covered in the Patient-Centered Healthcare Application Market Report are:

Allscripts Healthcare Solutions, Inc.
Bayer AG
International Business Machines (IBM) Corp.
iPatientCare
Klick Inc.
Koninklijke Philips NV
Merck & Co.
Novartis International AG
Siemens AG
Pfizer Inc.

Market segmentation :

Market has been isolated by use of type, software application and region; the survey gives a sensitive picture of the patient-centric healthcare application market. The market was researched for the possibility of timing reviews, eventually the regions were dissected on modern and destiny examples. The irrefutable hobby and intended for North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Central East and Africa is remembered for the territorial branch.

Patient-Centric Healthcare Application Market Segmentation:

By technology:
Phone based applications
Web apps
Patient-Centric Wearable Applications

By operating system:
iOS
android
the Windows
Others

By category:
wellness management
Management of diseases and treatments

Per end user:
Hospitals
Clinics
home use

Regional analysis covered in this report:

  • North America [United States, Canada]
  • Europe [Germany, France, U.K., Italy, Russia]
  • Asia Pacific [China, Japan, South Korea, India, Australia, China Taiwan, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia]
  • Latin America [Mexico, Brazil, Argentina]
  • Middle East and Africa [Turkey, Saudi Arabia, UAE]

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Global Market Definition and Scope, Currency Conversion Rates
Global Competitor Landscape by Players
Global Market Dynamics, Drivers, Challenges, Opportunities
Global Market Industry Analysis, Porter’s 5 Forces Model, PEST Analysis, Investment Adoption Model
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How health technology can (believe it or not) humanize medicine https://jazdhealthcare.com/how-health-technology-can-believe-it-or-not-humanize-medicine/ Thu, 09 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://jazdhealthcare.com/how-health-technology-can-believe-it-or-not-humanize-medicine/ At first glance, it seems incongruous: Can healthcare technology humanize healthcare? But how? Wouldn’t the contrary be true? Wouldn’t tech’s foray into this sector make medicine more impersonal? Wouldn’t the use of telehealth platforms, which became more prevalent during the pandemic, put more distance than ever between provider and patient? Not really. The argument now […]]]>


At first glance, it seems incongruous: Can healthcare technology humanize healthcare? But how? Wouldn’t the contrary be true? Wouldn’t tech’s foray into this sector make medicine more impersonal? Wouldn’t the use of telehealth platforms, which became more prevalent during the pandemic, put more distance than ever between provider and patient?

Not really. The argument now is that technology allows for an ever greater connection, a constant and cohesive connection. As a Deloitte team said an article from February 2020 on the Modern Healthcare website:

“(Virtual care) works in and around a patient’s life, as opposed to their illness, to provide care when, where and how they need and want it. In addition, virtual health is making its way into the daily routines of consumers by being incorporated into electronic devices associated with life (eg, smartphones and personal computers) rather than care for disease. “

One of the members of this Deloitte team is Summer Knight, the organization’s Managing Director in Life Sciences and Healthcare Consulting. In her book “Humanizing Healthcare: Hardwire Humanity into the Future of Health”, she convincingly argues that technology bridges the gap between patients and healthcare professionals. In fact, she believes that more technology, not less, is crucial to humanizing the industry.

She pushed this point home on the Find Genius Podcast in early summer 2021. Knight mentioned that a digital healthcare activation platform would “bring patients and providers together, provide a“ tangible connection point ”than a visit to a doctor. can not. In addition, she specifies, such technology creates a “therapeutic alliance” between the consumer, his support system and the healthcare team.

There is ample indication that it is on the money. The Deloitte team noted that long before the pandemic – all the way back in 2016, in fact – spending in the virtual health market is expected to reach $ 3.5 billion by 2022.

The epidemic has changed the picture considerably, as seven in 10 Americans was wary of doctor’s office visits and embraced virtual care. These visits represented 70% appointments in the first months of the crisis (compared to 8% previously). This is indeed a promising development, as patients had long discovered that, although virtual meetings were shorter, they allowed for greater interaction with physicians, as well as more direct involvement from consumers to their own care.

Studies have shown that telehealth visits have become much less frequent in the latter months of 2020, decreasing to 30% of all appointments, but it is nevertheless clear that the technology is integrated into the health system. Consider, for example, the use of bedside tablets. Before the outbreak, they were first used by residents for entertainment and relaxation, but became a vital communication link with loved ones when government-imposed closures were instituted.

Richard Mohnk, associate IT director for operations at Bayhealth, told Becker’s Hospital Review that these tablets turned out to be a “game changer” at his facility, and although Steven Smith, CIO at NorthShore University HealthSystem, wouldn’t go that far, he said at this same outlet that “adjusting procedures and providing this functionality so quickly during the pandemic … Have helped preserve and improve human life. “

Technology can only be expected to continue to evolve, to address a physician shortage and to meet the needs of an aging population in the years to come. According to a new report According to the Association of American Medical Colleges, the U.S. population, which was 328 million in 2019, is expected to reach 363 million by 2034, an increase of 10.6%. However, the population aged 65 and over is expected to increase by 42.4%.

This same report indicates that there will be a shortage of 37,800 to 124,000 physicians by the same year. In other words, there will almost certainly be more people with chronic illnesses and fewer people to care for them.

But time-saving (not to mention life-saving) gadgets can be expected to fill the gap, while also improving the connections mentioned above. The Harvard Business Review, for example, believes that technology is capable of achieve this last goal being friendly to patients and providers, actively engaging all parties, and providing evidence-based information.

Understand that healthcare technology has often been viewed with suspicion. All the way back in the 1700s there was fears that the stethoscope would strain the bond between doctor and patient. But those concerns were unfounded then, and they are now. When used correctly, technology, far from breaking these bonds, only strengthens them and improves the patient experience.


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Technology is leading the way for digital transformation in healthcare, Health News, ET HealthWorld https://jazdhealthcare.com/technology-is-leading-the-way-for-digital-transformation-in-healthcare-health-news-et-healthworld/ Sun, 14 Nov 2021 13:35:00 +0000 https://jazdhealthcare.com/technology-is-leading-the-way-for-digital-transformation-in-healthcare-health-news-et-healthworld/ By Sandeep Bhambure The COVID-19 pandemic has severely disrupted the healthcare sector in India, highlighting social inequalities within the industry. He highlighted the urgent need to tackle these issues in order to stabilize and strengthen the entire system and boost the growth of the health sector. It has also accelerated the change in the ecosystem, […]]]>


By Sandeep Bhambure

The COVID-19 pandemic has severely disrupted the healthcare sector in India, highlighting social inequalities within the industry. He highlighted the urgent need to tackle these issues in order to stabilize and strengthen the entire system and boost the growth of the health sector. It has also accelerated the change in the ecosystem, forcing public and private health systems to be agile and adopt / develop innovative solutions to get through these difficult times. Digital technology has become an integral part of healthcare and has clearly changed the way the industry works in India. The adoption of these technologies has grown in importance thanks to the efforts of the public and private sectors. According to the IBEF, the Indian medical device market was US $ 11 billion in 2020 and is expected to reach US $ 65 billion in 2024. The goal behind the adoption of digital technology is to provide universal care , affordable, equitable and of quality to all citizens. , and simultaneously contribute to the overall digital transformation of the economy.

Technologies have huge use cases and value. They can make service delivery more physically accessible and more general, more efficient for all. State-of-the-art computing directs data, analytics and processing power to where it’s most critical: clinics, hospitals, laboratories, operating room providers and in patient / personal homes. Cutting-edge computing and machine learning tools can verify data and produce relevant analysis in real time, transforming the healthcare system to operate at a macro level.

By processing data locally at the edge, healthcare facilities can minimize the constraints of traditional on-premises infrastructure. Such devices are already being used to deliver care in remote areas where connectivity may be scarce, creating more seamless care delivery, increasing diagnostic accuracy and speed, and managing the supply chain. It is about better delivery of health services to achieve faster results for patients.

The increasing adoption of smartphones, wearable devices and electronic medical records has made healthcare organizations in India the most “cloud-free” of any vertical. Here’s why edge computing is the future of India.

A solution to network latency

The growing adoption of smartphones, wearable devices, and electronic medical records has made healthcare organizations in the Asia Pacific region the most ‘cloud-friendly’ of any industry vertical, and is expected to be the regional market for the fastest growing digitization by 2028. Here’s why edge computing is the future of the Asia-Pacific region.

For example, using advanced AI and computer technology, wearable health monitors and fitness trackers locally collect and analyze data such as pulse rate, blood oxygen levels, and habits. sleep. Doctors can then use this data to assess patients on site. It also helps analyze historical data for trends or underlying health issues in a particular patient.

The use of peripheral devices that are detached from large healthcare networks makes accessing personal data much more problematic for cybercriminals. With state-of-the-art computing – especially when used through a hybrid, multi-cloud model – healthcare providers can ensure they are delivering the right services, to the right people, at the right time, without having to use offshore data centers – while minimizing downtime.

Innovation through data-driven healthcare
Healthcare data volumes are growing at an exponential rate as vendors seek advanced systems based on centralized technology that provide a 360-degree view. AI enables healthcare professionals to analyze patient data and respond in real time and this process is increasingly performed by machines at the edge. AI has now become so intrinsic throughout the healthcare lifecycle that use cases of cutting-edge IT solutions can be seen in almost any scenario of the medical lifecycle.

With the rise of the Internet of Health Things (IoHT), AI is being used not only for remote services, but also in ambulances, hospitals and even our homes. Emergency services professionals in vehicles can now communicate with doctors in real time. In hospitals, advanced computing and AI are enabling faster, more accurate diagnoses and automating drug delivery to people receiving health care at home in minutes or online, dramatically increasing availability of care .

Telehealth has become much more popular during the pandemic, generating huge volumes of data, consuming large amounts of bandwidth and cloud storage. The use of advanced technologies allows this data to be stored and processed locally to minimize the risks of not only network latency, but also attempted cyber attacks to gain access to a customer’s personal information.

Avoid threats by devaluing data

Data devaluation is the end of the game. With a multi-layered approach that includes the digitization of data, the overall cost of this information can be minimized, making it redundant if it falls into the hands of bad actors, organized crime and other cyber threats.

While it is essential for organizations to protect their external perimeter from threats, securing protected health information (PHI), patient personally identifiable information (PII) and payment data are of equal importance. Research has shown that each cyber attack can cost organizations up to A $ 31.3 million in estimated economic losses, and more than 50% are ransom-focused. An essential element of protection against these attacks is the devaluation of the transmitted data, rendering it of limited use or unusable for hackers.

Healthcare providers need to take advantage of the transition to the edge and be proactive by investing in software, such as point-to-point encryption, that will help protect against ransomware and other threats.

Pushing the Limits with State-of-the-Art Computing
As the Asia-Pacific IoT medical device market is expected to reach $ 95 billion by 2026, the healthcare industry is experiencing a paradigm shift in the way it structures, interacts, and manages patient personal data.

Going forward, organizations must learn to adapt to changing security environments that are increasingly threatened with exploitation. security at the periphery is now essential to ensure that healthcare providers can continue to use advanced computing to improve their ability to support the growth of the wider Asia-Pacific economy and to meet the ever-present need for better care, rapid decision-making and improved patient outcomes.

By Sandeep Bhambure, Vice President and General Manager, India and SAARC, Veeam Software and Nathan Steiner, Senior Director, Systems Engineering at Veeam Software

(DISCLAIMER: Opinions expressed are those of the author and ETHealthworld.com do not necessarily subscribe to it. ETHealthworld.com will not be liable for any damages caused to any person / organization directly or indirectly.)


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Five major health technology trends in 2021 https://jazdhealthcare.com/five-major-health-technology-trends-in-2021/ Thu, 11 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://jazdhealthcare.com/five-major-health-technology-trends-in-2021/ It was a big year for the healthcare industry. As COVID-19 continued to push everyone to the limit, remarkable innovations and breakthroughs emerged. Health technology has reached new heights, both in what it can do and in the number of organizations that use it. Although the field of medical technologies is vast and diverse, a […]]]>

It was a big year for the healthcare industry. As COVID-19 continued to push everyone to the limit, remarkable innovations and breakthroughs emerged. Health technology has reached new heights, both in what it can do and in the number of organizations that use it.

Although the field of medical technologies is vast and diverse, a few specific trends have overtaken the rest this year. Here’s a look back at the five biggest health tech trends of 2021 and how they could shape the future of medicine.

1. Telehealth

By far, the most important technology trend of the year in healthcare was telehealth. Technologies that allow patients to access medical care from anywhere have become hugely popular as COVID has made in-person hospital visits less appealing. Telehealth use is now 38 times higher than it was before the pandemic, and it will likely continue to grow.

The rapid adoption of telehealth over the past two years is mainly due to COVID, but its potential goes further. When patients don’t have to move around or sit in waiting rooms, it’s easier to see a doctor. Widespread use of these technologies can then break down economic barriers to quality health care.

Since these technologies are so much more efficient than in-person visits, they also allow doctors to see more patients in a day. Hospitals can capitalize on this technology to save more lives than ever before.

2. Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) has flourished in many industries, and healthcare is no exception. AI could analyze patient data to recommend treatment pathways or make diagnoses, potentially revolutionizing medicine in the future. Some of its main use cases in 2021, however, were more mundane but still very beneficial.

Overcrowded and understaffed hospitals have started using AI to automate tasks to help them run more efficiently. Two of the leading electronic health record (EHR) systems introduced voice-enabled digital assistants in 2020, leading to increased use of AI in 2021. While these improvements may seem minor, the time savings in hospitals can save lives.

Some medical organizations have also started using AI to predict how best to use their resources. As finances tightened throughout the year, these insights helped healthcare companies manage their assets more efficiently and stay afloat.

3. Digital twins

A less hyped but equally valuable technology that saw a rise in healthcare was digital twins. This technology was already developing before 2021, with many dental companies using 3D scans of patients’ teeth to personalize aligners. It has, however, reached new heights in the past year.

According to a survey, 25% of healthcare executives have experienced digital twins this year. Similarly, 66% expect their investments in these technologies to increase over the next three years. This should come as no surprise, as digital twins allow companies to test new products, experiment with new layouts, and visualize procedures without costly and slow physical processes.

Digital twins of an area or a patient could allow healthcare professionals to run endless simulation scenarios. After all the surprises of the COVID-19 pandemic, that kind of preparedness is hard to argue with.

4. Wearables

Wearables are one of the hottest tech trends in consumer circles, and the healthcare industry has also started taking notice. These handy devices make it easier for medical companies to collect patient data or provide care remotely. Users can also use them to better control their health.

The latest Apple Watches, for example, include heart monitoring and automatic alerts that trigger an emergency. Features like this give you better insight into your health and allow you to seek help faster if you need it. As telehealth becomes more common, hospitals can use these devices that patients already have to communicate with them.

Over the past year, more and more wearables have come with built-in health features. They also come in more forms than ever, from smart rings to connected masks. As these trends continue, healthcare will become more accessible and agile.

5. Cloud Computing

Despite the high-tech treatments they often use, healthcare organizations are notoriously behind on office and administrative equipment. That changed in 2021. The heightened pressure of the pandemic has caused many hospitals to finally embrace the cloud.

Cloud service providers have helped this transition by offering new solutions. In late 2020, Google launched its Cloud Healthcare Interoperability Readiness Program, which provided templates, guidelines, and tools for implementing cloud systems. Offerings like this have helped organizations unfamiliar with cloud technology jump into the digital age.

This change will help hospitals in the future become much more efficient. The cloud allows faster and easier sharing of medical files, helping different healthcare organizations to collaborate. It will also be easier to manage patient data and reduce management costs.

2021 has been a pivotal year for health technologies

No one would claim that 2021 has been an easy year, especially for the healthcare industry. However, some positive changes have come out of these widespread challenges. Medical technology is currently experiencing something of a renaissance, advancing at a remarkable rate. 2021 has seen many impressive changes in the medical technology space. These changes will make health care more accessible, affordable, efficient and effective than ever. While the past year has been the industry’s biggest challenge in decades, it can also be a turning point.

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Last updated November 11, 2021.

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