Towards the Future: The Global Healthcare App Development Trends for 2018

Patient-centered technology, smart healthcare, both inside and outside hospital walls, innovative and cost-effective ways to healthcare are the new watchwords of this year! And this is what 2018 promises to bring, a wealth of new trends and technology.

Digital healthcare technology solutions are truly disruptive. There’s no limit to the way these solutions can be used. For addressing better diagnostic and more personalized healthcare the innovation culminating out are leading to the challenging data protection. As per the latest research in the Deloitte, the trends in health data management and security will include cognitive computing, cloud-based, interoperable electronic health records, and the Internet of Things (IoT). Cybersecurity and data risk management continue to be front and center, especially with patients taking a more active control of their health, and wanting access and reliability to their data.

Here’s a brief outlook towards a successful transition for better tomorrow:

1. Cloud-based Services to Expect Growth Surge Again

Cloud-based computing is projected to triple in the healthcare market. With over $3.73 billion in healthcare spending on cloud services last year, the figure is expected to make a rise of nearly threefold, pushing it to $9.48 billion by 2020. The ability to share information easily and securely is a critical capability, and cloud services are good enablers for this. As per reports, the economic benefits of cloud computing can be significant since cloud computing provides cost flexibility and the potential for reduced costs. From an operational perspective, cloud services offer scalability and the ability to adjust to demand rapidly. Cloud services can offer better security and privacy for health data and health systems.

2. Improved patient experience through Telehealth and telemedicine Telehealth to raise the bar for more convenient care offerings by delivering incredible potential to allow remote patient monitoring, make virtual visits, and other telehealth modalities. As per expert estimations, telemedicine is expected to raise over $40 billion by the year 2021.