Mobile health app usage has grown rapidly over the past three years and more than half of health consumers (54 percent) would like to use their smartphones more to interact with healthcare providers . However, the response from healthcare providers has been woefully inadequate.
As digital patient engagement becomes the norm and consumers grow discontent with their providers lack of mobile services, they could decide to flee to competitors Providers need to meet consumer expectations by going mobile and creating user experiences unique to the mobile touchpoint
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State-of-the-art information technology cannot fix our broken health care system. If we treat technology as a tool, not a solution, we can stay focused on the primary goal of health care reform value for patients. Moving to better IT systems can enable a move toward a value-based health care delivery model that improves patient outcomes.
Today, everything is affected by the digital revolution the impact of new technology on improving the health and well-being of individuals, communities, and populations is unprecedented. Recent technological achievements have revolutionized clinical practice, from prevention through diagnosis, monitoring to disease management, and enabled unprecedented public interest and engagement in self management and well-being.
The advantages of digital technology on healthcare are numerous. Not only does it empower the patient, it leads to faster diagnosis and more effective treatment; improved access to treatment and helps reduce the cost of medicine. This intersection of genomics and digital technology is making Personalized or Precision Medicine a reality.
Healthcare is an extremely data-intensive industry, with no one expecting the deluge to abate anytime soon. Added to the huge volumes of conventional patient information, such as x-rays, CT scans, pathology reports and the like, personal health records will increasingly contain genetic, proteomic, 3D and other complex data sets, in turn bringing the promise of personalized medicine closer to reality.
AI in healthcare could mine medical records, design treatment plans, handle administrative tasks, and assist with medication management. In healthcare, platforms for care delivery will evolve, improving the ability to provide relevant information, access and control to consumers and caregivers. Care will be ubiquitous, as technology can bridge any distance.