«Before the emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT), doctors had limited options for interacting with patients. Physical visits, text, and telephonic communication were the only means by which patients could explain their problems to doctors. There was no system for continuous monitoring of the patient’s condition and made real-time recommendations.».

«Goldman Sachs has given an estimate that IoMT will save $300 billion annually in healthcare costs worldwide. Also, WHO has estimated that there will be a shortage of 18 million health workers (globalvillagespacedotcom), by the end of 2030. Implementation of IoMT can neutralize the negative impact of this shortage by bridging the gap between physicians and patients. «.

Article written by  Vipul Makawa.