* Health and Internet of Things applications.
Internet of Things (IoT) is the internet of things that connects things. Accordingly, objects, devices and people are connected to each other through a common system or simply through an application for smartphones to bring convenience in people’s lives.
Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) was born from the combination of: IoT, solutions for remote health examination and treatment (telemedicine) and remote health care system (telehealth). This new method involves the use of several wearable devices such as ECG and EKG monitors. By 2020, an estimated 20 to 30 billion IoMT devices will be deployed in the healthcare industry.
* Cloud computing .
Cloud computing is an Internet-based computing environment where all software, data, and resources are made available to computers and other devices on demand.
Healthcare organizations are gradually adopting cloud computing in record keeping. Cloud-based solutions can enable both healthcare providers and patients to easily access health records and facilitate consultations.
* Augmented Reality (AR) technology.
Augmented reality (AR) is a technology that adds to the real world digital overlays of information, 3D images through the view of a smartphone, tablet, or through a pair of glasses or glasses. smart vision tube.
Augmented and virtual reality solutions are a boon for the healthcare industry. VR headsets are used to treat patients with manifestations related to dementia and cognitive decline. The augmented reality system also allows doctors to compare real and virtual data for diagnosis and treatment planning.