[ENG] HUBREPORT Quels piliers pour la santé connectée ?

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Connected health has taken center stage after the COVID crisis highlighted the benefits of technological advances in the medical industry. Digital practices have become more popular, and technology adoption is growing, among caregivers, institutions and patients.

After an overview of the different actors in the health sector, and an overview of the strategic and technological challenges of e-health, we define 6 major pillars around which connected health is built.

Prevention and hygiene are the first pillar, essential as life expectancy increases and chronic risks rise. Telemedicine has experienced a boom with the Covid-19 pandemic, and promotes the widespread adoption of digital practices. Virtual and augmented reality offers many benefits in terms of surgeon training and accuracy of technical gestures, while robotic assistants can considerably lighten the workload of healthcare workers. The use of artificial intelligence enables early diagnosis and anticipation of therapeutic treatments. Finally, sports and wellness have gained importance since the first lockdown, and are even becoming employer brand issues.

These 6 pillars illustrate the major trends that are impacting the world of healthcare in general, and connected healthcare in particular.

Discover the HUB Institute's analysis of these trends, including insights, experts' verbatims, and concrete cases of innovation in use.