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Internet of Things is quickly gaining popularity in all spheres of life, healthcare systems in particular - according to Business Insider report, the market for IoT healthcare technology will rise to $400 billion by 2022. IoT is seen as a way of living a smarter and safer life and its application is highly encouraged in medical establishments. However, digital transformation in healthcare is not without threats. Let us walk you through the key advantages and disadvantages your readers need to focus on when are ready to implement IoT systems in healthcare.
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