Healthcare has been through various changes in the recent past. Still many are keen to learn those top Innovative ideas that will change Health Care like never before. What could we do now? For all these years, the healthcare industry did not receive a bit of attention. But as they say, the right time comes for everything.
Everybody is aware of the way technology reshaped the world, then how it is gonna leave the healthcare industry, especially when it comes to making significant contributions towards the development of the country like other industries. Though, one can make sure now that whatever technology has in store for the healthcare industry in the coming years, it is going to be something special.
Excited? Then let’s get started discussing those innovations? Since time is very little for us and we have to discuss lots of things. Make sure you keep everything aside and don’t skip a bit. Otherwise, you can miss out on something which is must and helpful for you.
· Reality mining
With smartphone technology still underway it is going to benefit both the medical team from healthcare and the people who are often worried about their health behavior. Want to know how? Thanks to reality mining, now it will be easier to monitor what people are doing and how they are behaving around every day. Yes, it is some sort of a great addition to the healthcare world. Well, we are sure that it is gonna create an experience that we have seen ever before.
· Social networking
We are all aware of the social influence that social networking has put on this universal world and when it comes to its rapid rise. This is what has established the capability of anonymous peer to peer interaction to influence user behavior. Now before you ask about how it is going to help us and generally best results for healthcare. It all starts with an increase in the distribution rate of behaviors and ideas.
Let us give you an example. It all takes a single contact to let you know that smoking is bad for you. But with a platform like social networking, in which every user is interconnected with several other like-minded users. It can take multiple users to tell you to quit smoking. In other words, information can be brought out from among the weak ties of a randomized network. Though when it comes to behavioral change it will only be limited to time which no longer has any ties that bind.
· Let’s give users something familiar
Yes, you heard it right. This will of course be a challenge for the healthcare industry to present in such a fashion. But we are sure that it will not be an ordinary step at all. Demographics will be a key factor here and why not? The opportunity it is going to bring in a more appealing way will typically target those people who are not much aware of this. So, tell us isn’t it a great innovation and probably a great step for the next generations to come.
· Home care will now be hassle-free and involve everyone
A majority of people want it to remain independent and avoid entering home care. After all, every senior citizen out there just wishes for love and a bit of care. But few believe that majority of them are more affluent, better, well-educated, and miscellaneous than ever before. As we are talking about this latest innovation which is going to bring surprising changes in home-care, concerns are of course roaming over privacy, affordability, accessibility. Well, these will be shared with both the patients as well as their caregivers and this all will be aimed at improving the observance of the seniors towards medical regimens.
· Motion sensors- A boon for the willing
So far it involves the use of wires and sensors. But with advances in sensor technology, all the monitoring will be non-invasive and can be carried out 24X7. Want to know the best part? Since it involves Cardio cam, a byproduct of affective computing initiative; breathing and heart rate will be measured without the need for you to wear those complicated sensors. Sounds like an exciting opportunity, right? Well, it is going to make remote patient monitoring more hassle-free.