IoT Healthcare Market On A $10B Climb

According to a Global Market Insights research report, the IoT Healthcare Market is set to grow from its current market value of more than $2 billion to over $10 billion by 2024. Remarkable growth is linked to robust enhancements in healthcare infrastructure.

 

Digitization, having paved its way toward healthcare, has prompted numerous hospitals and regional governments to undertake initiatives to deploy IoT in the healthcare sector, owing to the rise in the requirement for mobility and communication in medical care. With the implementation of IoT facilities, healthcare service providers may be able to deal with the challenges related to consumer data sharing, since this technology is highly capable of dealing with patient data operations very efficiently. The emergence of the internet of things has significantly impacted the overall IoT in healthcare industry trends since the last few years. Statistically, in 2016, IoT in healthcare market held a revenue of more than $2 billion.

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US IoT healthcare market, by application, 2016 & 2024 (USD Billion)

 US IoT healthcare market, by application, 2016 & 2024 (USD Billion)

Recently, the integration of the internet of things with artificial intelligence (AI) has changed the outlook of healthcare institutions, having fortified medical care data maintenance with improved storage capability, robust connectivity, and high security. The well-known participants in IoT in healthcare market are also focusing on AI-based IoT healthcare facilities. For instance, IBM has recently developed an AI system for hospitals that will help to carry out tedious tasks much more efficiently and flawlessly than humans. In fact, IoT has helped bring about a paradigm shift in healthcare, subject to the introduction of smart devices that help provide and secure patient data.

 

In the future, the integration of IoT in healthcare facilities is likely to increase the possibility of operating analytical tools and maintaining electronic health records. The growing renovation of established healthcare facility centers is another major factor that will push IoT in healthcare industry size. Need more info? Then why not browse the report highlights.

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