Wearables and artificial intelligence define future

#Wearables and #AI define future

#Health #IoT #bigdata
#Insurtech #fintech

  • This content is produced by The Australian Financial Review in commercial partnership with the Commonwealth Bank The Internet of Medical Things presents a range of new opportunities for medical businesses and entrepreneurs, claims Mark Dougan, Frost and Sullivan’s Consulting Director for Asia-Pacific.
  • This was one of the business opportunities in the future Internet of Medical Things market – estimated to be worth $20 billion by the beginning of next decade – laid out by Mr Dougan for businesses in the healthcare sector at the recent Australian Healthcare Week conference in Sydney.
  • In the very near future, wearable devices will be able to track every aspect of health and fitness and – when combined with artificial intelligence, robotics and the Internet of Medical Things – there are many opportunities for businesses and practitioners throughout the medical industry.
  • Mr Dougan did warn that there are risks for businesses in the Internet of Medical Things, and cited six common points of failure — ranging from products beings too complex and not interoperable, through to misdirected business models.
  • “How does your device or solution integrate primary and home-based care; who do you need to partner with; how effectively can you reach the end patient; what’s your business model; and finally, how can you as an organisation transform and disrupt how healthcare is delivered.”

The Internet of Medical Things presents a range of new opportunities for medical businesses and entrepreneurs.
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Wearables and artificial intelligence define future

#Wearables and #AI define future

#Health #IoT #bigdata
#Insurtech #fintech

  • This content is produced by The Australian Financial Review in commercial partnership with the Commonwealth Bank The Internet of Medical Things presents a range of new opportunities for medical businesses and entrepreneurs, claims Mark Dougan, Frost and Sullivan’s Consulting Director for Asia-Pacific.
  • This was one of the business opportunities in the future Internet of Medical Things market – estimated to be worth $20 billion by the beginning of next decade – laid out by Mr Dougan for businesses in the healthcare sector at the recent Australian Healthcare Week conference in Sydney.
  • In the very near future, wearable devices will be able to track every aspect of health and fitness and – when combined with artificial intelligence, robotics and the Internet of Medical Things – there are many opportunities for businesses and practitioners throughout the medical industry.
  • Mr Dougan did warn that there are risks for businesses in the Internet of Medical Things, and cited six common points of failure — ranging from products beings too complex and not interoperable, through to misdirected business models.
  • “How does your device or solution integrate primary and home-based care; who do you need to partner with; how effectively can you reach the end patient; what’s your business model; and finally, how can you as an organisation transform and disrupt how healthcare is delivered.”

The Internet of Medical Things presents a range of new opportunities for medical businesses and entrepreneurs.
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10 Ways Artificial Intelligence Could Make Me a Better Doctor

10 Things How #ArtificialIntelligence Could Make Me a Better Doctor  #digitalhealth #hcsm

  • Are 10 things how AI could make me a better doctor and live a better life.
  • Are 10 things how Artificial Intelligence could make me a better doctor and live a better life.
  • I couldn’t stop thinking about the ways I could use such an AI system in my life and how it actually could make me a better doctor.
  • 6) Help me make hard decisions rational : A doctor must face a series of hard decisions every day.
  • 1) Eradicate waiting time : Not only patients have to wait a lot for their doctors, but doctors lose a lot of time everyday waiting for something (a patient, a lab result, etc.).

I was watching the movie Her for the second time and I was fascinated again about the scene in which the main character played by Joaquin Phoenix got his new operating system with artificial intelligence (AI) and started working with that. I couldn’t stop thinking about the ways I could use such an AI system in my life and how it actually could make me a better doctor.
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