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The rise of new healthcare technologies

Disruption and improvement in healthcare

Connected devices in the hospital and at home, robotic telemedicine, nanotube sensors, wearables, SaaS solutions for real-time diagnostics and decision making, the e-healthcare industry is rising in a high-speed tempo. The healthcare ecosystem is witnessing a huge transformation lately; propelled by improved care and patient outcomes as the critical drivers. Briefly put, organizations (providers, clinics, hospitals etc.) are leveraging the potential of Internet of Things and SaaS solutions to empower their staff and in their turn their patients to take control of their own health. In a subtle way, redefining the way people, sensors, apps, devices and wearables can interact with each other in a secure SaaS environment, and take the healthcare experience to the next level. A recent survey by Forrester Consulting suggests 90% of the Healthcare IT departments are ready to adapt IoT based solutions. And, 52% of the surveyed respondents are already incorporating IoT technology. With IoT as a powerful enabler, innovative apps and wearables are taking strong roots in the healthcare ecosystem; health bands, heart rate and blood pressure rate monitors, fall detection and geolocation wrist bands, to name a few. Such healthcare devices are used by physicians to record patient’s biometric information as they deliver exceptional real-time patient monitoring and management results on-the-go.

Applications

• Robotics in Health Care • Wellbeing at Work and at Home • (Big) Data / SaaS Platforms • Prevention • Photonics in Health Care • Early detection • Wearables / Platform • SaaS insight and decision making solutions eHealth eHealth itself is a fascinating field. The amount of technological solutions put to work to help save lives and improve the wellbeing of the population is on the rise. As Western Countries age, the strategic importance of having fine-tuned health systems that streamline patient care and make a well thought use of costly equipment and human resources. eHealth is a key focus in IoT. Delivering better care to chronic patients and extending the reach of healthcare provision to remote areas are clear priorities that are driving interest. Similarly, healthcare providers wish to reduce costs associated with the care of long-term and chronic illnesses, and to increase service efficiency. Remote monitoring, remote sensors and alarms can easily and effectively be delivered by eHealth solutions. But the critical nature of health means that advanced service delivery and orchestration is required. Situations can change rapidly and routine monitoring may detect an emergency or life-threatening alarm that needs immediate attention. Delivery of eHealth services is complex. It requires interoperability between different stakeholders, as well as a management system that controls and monitors the transmission of the data collected from the patient to the practitioner and the diagnostic system. It needs partners with expertise in interoperability, service orchestration and management – and the agility to meet demanding real-time performance requirements. Joobsa offers the most innovative hard- and software solutions and acts as the orchestrator between all stakeholders.                                                    The near future of HealthCare
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           Healthcare

                   Prevention, Care and Cure using technology

Joobsa   Connected Intelligence

The rise of new healthcare

technologies

Disruption and improvement in

healthcare

Connected devices in the hospital and at home, robotic telemedicine, nanotube sensors, wearables, SaaS solutions for real-time diagnostics and decision making, the e- healthcare industry is rising in a high-speed tempo. The healthcare ecosystem is witnessing a huge transformation lately; propelled by improved care and patient outcomes as the critical drivers. Briefly put, organizations (providers, clinics, hospitals etc.) are leveraging the potential of Internet of Things and SaaS solutions to empower their staff and in their turn their patients to take control of their own health. In a subtle way, redefining the way people, sensors, apps, devices and wearables can interact with each other in a secure SaaS environment, and take the healthcare experience to the next level. A recent survey by Forrester Consulting suggests 90% of the Healthcare IT departments are ready to adapt IoT based solutions. And, 52% of the surveyed respondents are already incorporating IoT technology. With IoT as a powerful enabler, innovative apps and wearables are taking strong roots in the healthcare ecosystem; health bands, heart rate and blood pressure rate monitors, fall detection and geolocation wrist bands, to name a few. Such healthcare devices are used by physicians to record patient’s biometric information as they deliver exceptional real-time patient monitoring and management results on-the-go.

Applications

• Robotics in Health Care • Wellbeing at Work and at Home • (Big) Data / SaaS Platforms • Prevention • Photonics in Health Care • Early detection • Wearables / Platform • SaaS insight and decision making solutions eHealth eHealth itself is a fascinating field. The amount of technological solutions put to work to help save lives and improve the wellbeing of the population is on the rise. As Western Countries age, the strategic importance of having fine- tuned health systems that streamline patient care and make a well thought use of costly equipment and human resources. eHealth is a key focus in IoT. Delivering better care to chronic patients and extending the reach of healthcare provision to remote areas are clear priorities that are driving interest. Similarly, healthcare providers wish to reduce costs associated with the care of long-term and chronic illnesses, and to increase service efficiency. Remote monitoring, remote sensors and alarms can easily and effectively be delivered by eHealth solutions. But the critical nature of health means that advanced service delivery and orchestration is required. Situations can change rapidly and routine monitoring may detect an emergency or life-threatening alarm that needs immediate attention. Delivery of eHealth services is complex. It requires interoperability between different stakeholders, as well as a management system that controls and monitors the transmission of the data collected from the patient to the practitioner and the diagnostic system. It needs partners with expertise in interoperability, service orchestration and management – and the agility to meet demanding real-time performance requirements. Joobsa offers the most innovative hard- and software solutions and acts as the orchestrator between all stakeholders.                                                    The near future of HealthCare
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