For health providers, the IoT unlocks efficiencies for clinical staff and equipment:
- Reduces human error.
- Ensures regulatory compliance when exchanging patient health data across systems.
- Coordinates the productivity of medical professionals across clinical facilities.
For manufacturers, the IoT creates new digital feedback loops connecting their employees, facilities, products and end customers. Real-time data can help:
- Reduce costly downtime with predictive maintenance.
- Improve sustainable practices by reducing waste and ensuring worker safety.
- Contribute to improved product quality and quantity.
For the pharmaceutical industry, the IoT provides greater traceability for inventory along a supply chain:
- Improved visibility into environmental conditions.
- Reduced costly inventory spoilage.
- Increased control against theft or counterfeiting.
For end patients, the IoT can improve health outcomes with continuous patient monitoring:
- Reduces the need for unnecessary readmissions.
- Improves treatment success rates by providing continuous data to care professionals.
- Personalises care based on patient needs.
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