• An increasing consciousness and engagement from the consumer/patient side leads to new models, leveraging personal healthcare devices.
  • In a more integrated perspective, data from biosensors, wearables and monitors are used in real-time health systems and to save time for caregivers, detect patterns, be more aware and increase quality of care.
  • A broad range of innovations in fields such as smart pills and ever better delivery robots help in making healthcare more efficient and in saving resources, while also increasing quality of care.

Healthcare has always been at the forefront of innovation and is currently undergoing a digital revolution. However, in some ways, healthcare services are lagging behind other industries in terms of digital transformation, and there is a huge potential for new and smarter ways to handle the health of human beings worldwide.