Serik Smagulov PhD, Viktoriya Smagulova MD. Internet of Things in Healthcare
Submitted on: Mar 27, 2019, 02:40:36
Natural Sciences / Other / Trans-Disciplinarian
Description: This article discusses the impact of the Internet of Things (IoT) on the development and modernization of healthcare. The demand for connected devices covers many industries, including healthcare. The Internet of Things revolutionizes patient data collection and records, performs individual health assessments. The author examines various possibilities, recent advances in the field of the Internet of things, including various mobile health monitoring applications, inhalers, smart contact lenses. Special attention is focused on intelligent continuous glucose monitoring (CGM). The progress of the Internet of Things has reached even the launch of smart hospitals. Managers have access to predictive analytics, thanks to which they can solve a problem before it happens. The problem of the help of the Internet of Things when solving problems of chronic diseases is considered. As for the future, the growing interaction of artificial intelligence and the Internet of things in the health sector is likely, according to the author, to create more intelligent IoT devices that can perform actions autonomously. Besides, in the future, such next-generation devices will be able to provide intelligent services, allowing real-time data processing.
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