The rise of “smart healthcare” – the technology responsible for digitizing the healthcare system, has created new networks connecting medical resources with healthcare services.
This new network, known as the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) is now the basis for many health and medical related applications, including electronic data collection, monitoring, and analysis. At its most fundamental level, IoMT has changed the way patients interact with their doctors.
Through the rapid adoption of novel, interconnected devices, IoMT is expected to grow to an approximately $158 billion market by the end of this year. Therefore, it is critical that government and industry stakeholders become familiar with how to leverage this technology in order to maintain pace with the healthcare community.
How Tantus Tech is Leading the Way in IoMT
With such large amounts of data now being transmitted between patients, payers, and physicians, stakeholders require agile monitoring tools. Tantus Tech is leading the way in helping organizations adopt IoMT into their workplaces:
- Human Centered Design (HCD) – Tantus’ team incorporates human design into IoMT solutions, from processes to system and solution design
- Agile Engineering – We using Agile methodologies to build robust software, including IoMT end products
- DevOps – Tantus Tech has a demonstrated record of integrating DevOps to transform governmental agencies’ platforms and services, such as in our work with CMS
IoMT will become the main network by which organizations receive and analyze data. Staying ahead of the curve and learning how to integrate these applications now is how your organization can continue to deliver the best outcomes for your communities.