Blockchain products in healthcare have proven to have the potential of making interoperability practical and achievable. This innovativeness has been pushed a step further with blockchain products (although few) that are helping to make follow-ups on patient performance, satisfaction, medication, and recovery. Isn’t this amazing?
Statistics by the Organisation for Economic Education and Development (OECD) show average life expectancies in European countries have steadily increased over the last 30 years, and in France for example, it is now as high as 86.
A Deloitte report this week revealed that the number of people using digital navigation indoors is liable to surge in the next five year, says Mike Mulica, CEO, Actility. As it stands, one in 20 instances are already indoors, with this number expected to rise to one in four by 2022.
Newton, Massachusetts, USA. October 31, 2012 — Non-adherence to medication regimes is one of healthcare’s most daunting and costly challenges, but now a new M2M solution is being brought to market.
Munich, Germany and West Malling, UK — A new article on the challenges facing machine-to-machine (M2M) delivery of healthcare has been published by Telit Wireless Solutions. The article by the editor of M2M Now, Jeremy Cowan, cuts through the froth of recent analyst predictions for exponential growth in telehealth services.
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