The IoT (Internet of Things) will be valuable for healthcare as it can provide real-time access to patient data that doctors, hospitals, and pharmaceutical companies can use (with permission) to improve patient experiences and pave the way for recurring revenue opportunities across the entire health landscape. Check out the infographic below for a snapshot on IoM (Internet of Medicine) and its impact on patients and the entire Healthcare Industry.
BayCare Health System, a leading not-for-profit health care system in central Florida, is leveraging advanced technologies and services from Cerner, Lumeris and Salesforce to better manage its populations.
BayCare’s overall strategy to increase access to care and improve the health status of its patients is supported by a combination of industry-leading solutions from these three organizations.
Clinicians are using population health strategies and additional capabilities to extend care beyond the exam room and improve health outcomes, inclusive of the health system’s senior patients participating in its Medicare Advantage plan.
As a global leader in health technology, Philips, or Royal Philips, has opened a collaboration programme for 19 start-ups to join the Philips incubator program.
The initiative is a global collaboration working across the Philips innovation hubs across the world with the focus on improving AI in healthcare.
The global collaboration program includes intelligent treatment for radiology, oncology and ultrasound. It also covers AI clinical decisions support tools such as image interpretation, analysis and workflow tools.
Out of 750 applicants, 19 of the most promising start-ups were selected for the incubator program.
How it works
The fast-track program takes place over 12 weeks. During this time Philips will engage with all of the early stage start-ups, which come from 14 different countries.
While AI has already proven its ability to improve patient outcomes and the efficiency of care, it is important not to lose sight of the patient-centred approach.
Accelerating breakthrough innovation
With the collaboration programs, Philips aims to speed up breakthrough innovation within the health industry. They are doing this through supporting internal venturing and external start-up engagement.