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Title: 8 Trends Shaping Healthcare Industry in 2021

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The gratification to prioritize health has
popularised medical solutions more than ever
before.  With the Covid outbreak, almost everyone
across the globe felt the transition of
healthcare in different ways than anticipated at
the start of the year. Medical solutions through
mobile health apps are the new normal and are
used widely by patients. All over the
place, on-demand healthcare app development
company in USA are being chased so that working
towards improving the competence of healthcare
providers in delivering patient care can be
made. When it comes to assessing the realistic
expectations of users using healthcare apps, it
has been generalized that apps that are certain,
plain, simple, and helps people save money on
health services are the expectations set by
users. Since healthcare apps provide much-needed
convenience, patients too are more willing to use
apps to schedule appointments, review
prescriptions, connect with doctors through
online diagnosis. We have accumulated the top 8
healthcare industry trends which are targeted
towards driving development and revenue
throughout the overall healthcare industry.
I) Adoption of AI in healthcare The adoption of
AI in healthcare is projected to cross 400
million by the end of 2020. This means those
start-ups and innovators who are still
apprehensive of integrating AI will be forced to
rethink data use, training, validation,
implementation practices to win the trust of more
and more users. A day is near when more trust
will increase and faster AI will develop. The
usage to acquire, collect, and organize data,
medical images of patients history, the reach of
AI is by far has reached to genetics, labs,
pathology, and other healthcare areas. Right from
optimizing monetary transactions to predicting
the fastest possible route, helping doctors
follow the best treatment and procedure to
reducing the burdens put upon them by being more
precise with treatments and their decisions, AI
and digitalization in healthcare go hand in
hand. Quick benefits of AI and digitalization
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  • Expanding precision medicine
  • Usage of quantitative imaging for diagnostic
  • Personalization with intelligent image
  • Transforming care delivery
  • Increased workforce productivity through
    assistance in automation
  • Clinical operations optimization
  • Improving patient experience
  • Prioritizing complex/acute cases and
  • Avoiding unnecessary interventions
  • II) Real-time Interactions
  • Another important key trend in healthcare is
    real-time digital interactions. The demand for
    features like online doctors consultation, video
    conferencing no longer seems to be a distant
    matter. In addition to this, sharing health data
    online, booking online appointments, human
    interaction in real-time make digital
    interactions a highly popular trend in

III) Supply Chains Logistics The reliability of
medical chains on supply chains is growing more
than ever. This in return helps them reap
benefits about spending less time fetching
medications, on-time delivery so that more and
more patients can be treated along with extended
care. IV) The internet of Medical Things
(IoMT) This year has seen an increase in popular
devices like Apple Watch, and Fitbit. This hints
at and exasperates an increase in patient
awareness of health-focused devices along with
healthcare metrics. However, this is a
progressive move that is not only making its way
into healthcare records but is also improving
patient care in the long run. When studied, it
has been analyzed that the healthcare providers
have more and more precise data and if the same
methods are implemented this will open doors to
unprecedented efficiency and response time which
would ultimately improve healthcare. V) Virtual
Care and Support Telemedicine, the trend started
with the pandemic is expected to become a norm.
If analysts reports are to be believed, virtual
care visits will soar to more than 1 billion by
the end of the year and will continue to soar for
many more years. This massive shift in health
towards digitalization is impelling clinics and
hospitals to invest in on-demand healthcare
apps and fulfill the requirements of patients
right at the comfort of their homes.
VI) AR/VR To render the highest quality care and
efficiency to patients and medical professionals
alike, the healthcare industry has the greatest
need for virtual and augmented reality. Also,
with the pandemic, providers are looking for
virtual assistance in everything from surgical
preparation to patient illness education and
therapy. This trend is sure to bring many
improvements where a combination of both AR and
VR facilitates doctors to discuss reports,
imaging scans with patients located remotely
through enabled chat modules. VII) Electronic
Health Records (EHR) Electronic health records
(EHR) in healthcare are aimed to streamline
patient data, diagnostics, diseases, cardiac
waveforms, and prescriptions management between
doctor and patient easier, simpler, and more
reliable unlike before. This increasing trend in
healthcare is improving the interaction between
doctor and patient along with delivering results
in productive delivery of care. VIII)
Telemedicine COVID-19 has accelerated the
popularity and demand for telehealth resources
unlike before. From April of 2020, a steep
increase in primary health care has replaced old
telehealth methods.
The surpassing benefits of telehealth over
in-person alternatives involve reducing contact
between patients, healthcare workers, and other
patients. Keeping in the mind the convenience of
both patients and doctors, the industry has a
strong future. A large contribution of this also
goes to wearable devices that give real-time
information on patient data. By 2026, the -growth
of telehealth is likely to break 185.6 billion
and will no longer stop once the pandemic is
over. To summarise, being a novice, it often
seems like every week pops in the news of a new
startup company whose app managed to garner
millions in early funding. However, not all of
these apps take off and many are still on the
voyage to attain that dominant spot in their
respective categories. Everyone aspires to become
the Uber of healthcare but only a handful of
them grapple for the title. Healthcare app
development services when addressed rightly
involve a process by which an app is built for
mobile devices with the core aim of helping users
effectively manage their medical conditions,
fitness goals, hospital visits, prescription
assistance, and so on. Also Read   How are
Mobile apps transforming the Healthcare
Industry? Article Resource - https//zimblecode.c
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