Hospital & Healthcare Management June 22, 2024
Content Team HHMGlobal

The Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming various sectors, notably healthcare. It enables real-time monitoring of medical equipment, providing performance insights and detecting potential issues before they escalate. By 2030, nearly 30 billion devices are expected to be connected globally.

In my extensive experience, the global medical equipment maintenance market is on the brink of significant change. IoT sensors, embedded in medical devices, gather data on performance, usage, and environmental conditions, transmitting it to centralized systems for real-time analysis.

This capability allows service teams to address issues swiftly and often remotely, reducing both downtime and costs. Real-time monitoring enhances efficiency by eliminating the need for frequent on-site inspections.

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Topics: AI (Artificial Intelligence), IoT (Internet of Things), Medical Devices, Technology
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