Personalized healthcare, big data, and artificial intelligence are the most significant trends shaping the future of healthcare – according to Netis Informatics Ltd., the expert solution provider of health IT solutions.
According to the American Medical Association, personalized healthcare is formed by each person’s unique clinical, genetic and environmental information. Unfortunately, traditional health care doesn’t help every patient. A study conducted by the University of Illinois at Chicago found that prescription drugs work for only 50% of the people they’re prescribed to, cancer drugs are only useful for just 25% of the patients, depression medications offer relief to around six out of ten patients. Approximately 66% (or two third) of the people would prefer to follow a personalized healthcare regime which considers their genetic or biological profile. Healthcare can benefit from personalization by providing the right drug to the right patient at the right time.
Thanks to low price sensors, fitness trackers more health data is being generated than ever in human history, some estimate that healthcare processes 50 Petabytes of data. Humanity created 90% of its data in the last two years. Big data can transform healthcare by supporting the development of data-driven solutions, that leads to better diagnostic tools and treatment methods. Life science, public health sector, health insurers, and healthcare professionals stand to gain from big data-driven new solutions.
Artificial intelligence is overtaking the conservative healthcare industry with tools for patient data optimization, for early and precise diagnosis or data analyses for custom design medication. If you would like to know how your practice can benefit from these trends shaping healthcare, Netis can help you to overcome these disruptions.
Author: Laszlo Varga