New Report: IoT will Help Healthcare Organizations Realize Significant Cost Savings

IEEE Guide to the Internet of Things for HealthcareA recent report from consulting firm Accenture found that the Internet of Things has the potential to offer both healthcare providers and payers significant savings over the next three years. However, only 49 percent of top leadership in healthcare organizations say that they understand what the Internet of Things could mean to their organization, according to the study. Considering that the value of the Internet of Things in healthcare, specifically, could top $163 billion by 2020, it’s important for healthcare organizations to get up to speed quickly on Internet of Things technology for healthcare organizations.

Read the report here.

To learn more about how healthcare organizations can integrate the Internet of Things, check out the new IEEE Guide to the Internet of Things online learning program, which has three modules specifically dedicated to the Internet of Things in healthcare. It’s a convenient way to learn about this emerging technology, and begin to create the strategy to integrate this technology into your organization.

Learn more about our organizational discount pricing here. You can also purchase the training as an individual through IEEE Xplore.

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5 Responses to New Report: IoT will Help Healthcare Organizations Realize Significant Cost Savings

  1. Alvin Joseph October 2, 2020 at 2:43 am #

    Very well- written and informative blog. Thanks for sharing this such a great information. And I will visit you again. Thanks a lot.

  2. Amy Macdol April 4, 2021 at 10:31 am #

    This is beneficial information for us; thanks for giving this practical information.

  3. Raiyan July 24, 2021 at 3:04 am #

    Hospital services are becoming costly day by day. I think this cost can be reduced through ioT technology. Developer also need to look at service cost.


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