The term "digital health" refers to the vast, multidisciplinary field that encompasses ideas from the nexus of technology and healthcare. By combining software, hardware, and services, digital health brings digital transformation to the healthcare industry. Digital health encompasses wearable technology, telehealth and telemedicine, mobile health (mHealth) apps, electronic health records (EHRs), electronic medical records (EMRs), and personalised medicine.Patients, healthcare professionals, researchers, application developers, and producers and distributors of medical equipment are among the stakeholders in the subject of digital health. In today's healthcare system, digital healthcare is becoming more and more significant.Track 8: Digital HealthcareA wide, multidisciplinary notion called "digital health" or "digital healthcare" comprises ideas from the point where technology and healthcare converge.Your research can be presented and published at the 14th International Healthcare, Hospital Management, Nursing, and Patient Safety Conference in front of professionals from around the world. Join us from July 25–27, 2024, in Dubai, UAE, and virtually by submitting your abstract right away.WhatsApp: your poster here: here to know more: does modern digital health entail?It is not a novel idea to use information and communications technology to deliver digital health interventions that enhance quality of life and prevent illness. However, digital health platforms, health systems, and related technology continue to gain importance and evolve in response to global concerns about ageing, child illness and mortality, epidemics and pandemics, high costs, and the impact of poverty and racial discrimination on access to healthcare.What makes digital health crucial?More than only technology and tools are employed in digital health, according to Deloitte Insights, which also sees "radically interoperable data, artificial intelligence (AI), and open, secure platforms as central to the promise of more consumer-focused, prevention-oriented care."Significant improvements in digital healthcare are still being brought about by advances in AI, big data, robotics, and machine learning. Additionally, changes in the field of digital healthcare are bringing about advancements in remotely monitored devices and apps, robotic carers, and consumable sensors.Deloitte states: "AI will facilitate significant scientific advancements, hastening the development of novel treatments and vaccinations to combat illnesses. AI-powered digital therapies and tailored advice will help users to avert health problems before they arise. AI-generated insights will impact treatment and diagnosis decisions, resulting in safer and more efficient therapies. Furthermore, supply chain and intelligent manufacturing technologies will guarantee that patients receive the appropriate interventions and therapies at the precise time they need them."Priority The global digital health market is expected to develop at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 27.9% between 2020 and 2027, when it is expected to reach $833.44 billion. The market research agency located in Ottawa claims that the increase in healthcare apps is driving this growth. Due to the region's growing older population, high smartphone adoption rate, and effort to create apps and digital healthcare platforms to lower healthcare expenses, North America holds a leading share of the worldwide digital health industry.Big data in the medical fieldBig data in healthcare emerged as a result of the digitization of health information. Healthcare big data is also a result of the rise of value-based care, which encourages the sector to use data analytics to make wise business decisions."Healthcare big data refers to collecting, analysing, and leveraging consumer, patient, physical, and clinical data that is too vast or complex to be understood by traditional means of data processing," states Healthgrades, a website that assists users in finding the right doctors, hospitals, and care. Instead, data scientists and machine learning algorithms handle large amounts of data."nevertheless, "faced with the challenges of healthcare data -- such as volume, velocity, variety, and veracity -- health systems need to adopt technology capable of collecting, storing, and analysing this information to produce actionable insights," says Healthgrades.Big data in healthcare can offer the following advantages:• Lowering drug mistakes. Software can identify discrepancies between a patient's condition and prescriptions by examining patient records. It can then alert patients and medical providers to possible medication errors.• Supporting care that is preventive. Emergency departments have a high volume of repeat patients, also known as frequent flyers. This kind of patient may be recognised with the use of big data analysis, and programmes for prevention can be created to protect them from coming back.• Staffing with greater precision. In order to better schedule staff, hospitals and clinics may be able to estimate admission rates with the use of predictive analysis.
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