Key takeaways

• Technology in healthcare is enabling a shift towards more personalised and patient-centric experiences.

• The advent of telemedicine and remote monitoring technologies has revolutionised the way patients interact with healthcare professionals.

• This transparency in communication fosters a collaborative relationship between patients and their healthcare teams, empowering patients to actively participate in their own care and make informed decisions about their health.

37% of adults used telemedicine in the past 12 months in 2021, according to the National Health Interview Survey.³

Looking forward: Healthcare innovations to watch out for

In Deloitte’s 2022 College of Healthcare Information Management Executive (CHIME) survey, 71% of respondents were interested in adopting AI/ML in the next three to five years.¹¹

The same Deloitte survey showed that almost 50% of respondents are planning to move or are already moving their electronic health records (EHR) to the cloud.

66% of healthcare executives expect to have an increased investment in digital twins over the next three years.¹⁴

Doctors at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore used AR technology to conduct spinal surgery on a patient with serious back pain.¹⁸

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