Improving Patient Outcomes
This new 95 page report explores how IoT is making real improvements to patient outcomes and healthcare service performance.
The report identifies 6 key segments covering the lifecycle of a patient’s treatment journey where IoT is having positive impact and explores the benefits being seen across these segments.
Using connected medical devices to monitor a patient’s journey through all aspects of the healthcare system will aid the transition of today’s healthcare from a sporadic and reactive approach to a preventive and outcome-based one. The need for this has been recently powerfully illustrated by the 2020 coronavirus pandemic, which continues to expose fragilities in healthcare systems worldwide.
Robin Duke-Woolley, Founder and CEO, Beecham Research
Our first report titled "Why IoT projects fail and what to do about them" was published in January 2020 and examined the challenges of developing and implementing IoT solutions. This report picks up on thefindings from that together with the growing need for connected healthcare to achieve good patient outcomes in the healthcare sector.
Whilst remote healthcare is now well established in most countries, this report highlights how today IoT is being used more strategically and the benets being seen across the healthcare ecosystem. These include reduced time to correct diagnosis, accurate treatment identification, cost reductions to all parties, patients and care establishments, eficiencies improvements and faster development of new medicines and vaccines.
Looking at each of the 6 key healthcare segments, this report shows the activities and applications IoT is enabling as part of connected healthcare ecosystems.
Exploring current use cases in each healthcare segment, the report focuses on how IoT is being used to create better patient outcomes and generate enhanced service performance, leading to cost reductions and improved efficiencies.
Gain unique insights from industry peers on the healthcare market landscape through over 20 expert interviews. Understand the role IoT is playing in healthcare businesses, the challenges this is meeting, the business outcomes being seen and future trends being anticipated.
Typically, the challenges are around healthcare integration and interoperability between systems; integrating vast amounts of IoT data into healthcare is complex. There is a growing opportunity to standardise and integrate IoT Data into healthcare systems to create a more complete view of a patient.
Through IoT we are getting better insights from drug delivery systems that are handed out to patients. We can see things like when they are using a drug, if they are using the right dose and how often they use it. This information is essential to understanding drug performance and patient behaviours.
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About Beecham Research
Beecham Research is a leading technology market research, analysis and consulting firm established in 1991. We have specialized in the development of the rapidly-growing Connected Devices market, often referred to as M2M and IoT, worldwide since 2001.
We are internationally recognised as thought leaders in this market and have deep knowledge of the market dynamics at every level in the value chain.
Our clients include component and hardware vendors, major network/connectivity suppliers, system integrators, application developers, distributors and enterprise users in both B2B and B2C markets. We are experts in M2M/IoT services and platforms and also in IoT solution security, where we have extensive technical knowledge.