The news cycle continues to be dominated by supply chain shortages and slowdowns, a combination of difficulties that the healthcare sector has been grappling with since the commencement of Covid-19.
The Indian government has also responded positively, pledging a net investment of INR 35,000 crore for the development of healthcare logistics in India. Read more:
The expense of healthcare is out of control. In the United States, government healthcare spending is rapidly approaching 20% of GDP. Chronic illness consumes the greatest majority of healthcare costs, which totals $3.8 trillion each year.
With AI networks' ability to self-train, there's a considerable chance that their performance will improve significantly in the near future. Another fascinating application of AI and the Internet of Medical Things is in consumer health apps.
In the world of medicine, new technologies are always being introduced to help diagnose and treat patients. Recent innovations in surgical robotics have helped surgeons improve outcomes by decreasing blood loss, controlling bleeding, and decreasing rates of infection.