Deloitte study shows, that only 34% of consumers believe they get the information they need in virtual settings, and 56% believe they don’t get the same level of service. This created an opportunity for healthcare providers to rethink and improvise their practices to better connect with patients on their preferred channel and provide them with information and more personalized care.
Patients’ perceptions of healthcare services have shifted recently, prompting healthcare professionals to adapt to the latest technologies in order to improve the current healthcare infrastructure. Utilizing Metaverse’s virtual environment, AI, IoT devices, and collaborating with the government’s own NDHM are the latest trends in healthcare.
Let’s take a closer look at how these trends are being used to improve the entire consumer experience.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the major trends driving healthcare’s digital transformation. Diagnostics, academics, therapy courses, and other fields of healthcare have already implemented it. However, continuous R&D is being done to explore more possibilities for implementing AI technologies in Healthcare.
Currently, AI has proved to be very useful in diagnosing and treating diabetic retinopathy which is a major cause of blindness in India due to the huge diabetic population. For example, Netra.AI, an AI platform, can identify a healthy retina from an unhealthy one with the help of AI algorithms making use of specialized low-powered micr