Healthcare is the current and future edge of consumer-facing IoT technology. It’s also, I think, the best place for consumers to learn about IoT in a trusted and safe environment, thanks to regulation and privacy-first design.
Of course, doctors, medical facilities managers, insurance providers, and other Healthcare IoT stakeholders have been experimenting with various solutions — most recently and particularly telehealth — to derive better patient outcomes for decades.
There have been major advancements over the last few years and lots of adoption, especially over the last few months, but challenges still exist. Medical adherence must be improved so that patients can safely and confidently receive care from home. Meaningful patient data needs to be integrated into treatment plans promptly. Digital health solutions need to be reliable, simple to deploy, and “just work” right out of the box.
In a virtual roundtable this week, IoT tech experts will share how they leveraged cellular IoT to create end-to-end solutions that deliver better patient outcomes. Product managers, developers, and engineers looking to create new IoT solutions in healthcare will leave this discussion feeling more confident in relying on cellular connectivity for their applications.
The event, “Healthcare Roundtable: Delivering Better Patient Outcomes with IoT,” is sponsored by IoT For All Partner Twilio and will occur Thursday, July 22, from 3 to 4 pm EST.
What you’ll learn:
- How can Healthcare IoT be used for enhanced medical adherence?
- What are the economics of an IoT-powered healthcare solution and how is it affordable for patients?
- How does meaningful data get transformed into action between physicians and patients?
- What’s the appetite for IoT-powered solutions in the healthcare industry and how can you get started today?