IOTANE Healthcare FOCUS
Health organizations are implementing innovative digital health strategies. Whether the focus is cloud, EHRs, machine learning, AI, virtual reality, augmented reality, cybersecurity, smart patient rooms, smart buildings, smart cities or other technologies, leading organizations can fundamentally change the way healthcare is delivered and the health consumer experience.
Consumers are showing the need for digital health
Each year, more consumers are using self-service digital health tools. In 2018, 75 percent of US consumers said technology is important to managing their health. But when it comes to virtual care, robotics and artificial intelligence, consumer interest is surpassing what providers offer. We are bringing the Smart Home to the Patient Room and the Smart Patient Room to the Home.
We intend to unlock billions in value
Smart and intelligent technologies are driving innovation. Innovation is driving down the overall costs of healthcare and improving the patient experience and overall care. IoTane is at the forefront of these technologies.
Healthcare technology trends of 2020
Intelligent technologies are helping healthcare organizations to deliver personalized, efficient and informed care—but trust and responsibility cannot be overlooked. We are looking to keep this personal using technology. Quick visits with the provider through your television or smart phone will soon be a norm. Prescriptions being delivered without making the daunting journey to the medical center and trying to find parking………..
Reduce the healthcare system complexity
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Consumers with low healthcare system experience may struggle to make key decisions.
More than half of US consumers do not understand how to navigate the current healthcare landscape because it is so complex. Payers can create a new model of consumer service and engagement that makes navigating the healthcare system easier for people.
Digital health changes primary care relationships
An uptick in digital health technology consumption is affecting how consumers—especially younger patients—engage with their primary care physicians (PCPs). Some are even going without a PCP.
Where to (re)invest
To protect incumbency, payers can reinvest savings from automating the core in more advanced capabilities aimed at leapfrogging the competition. By automating processes in the care facilities, IoTane believes you will be able to invest savings back into Medical Research, Patients and the Community, Education and Training, Researchers, Personalized Medicine and many, many more services. The same goes for the savings from the reduced insurance expenditures- we will reduce the risk for insurance companies by automation and asset tracking and management.