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What's Driving Change?

  • Telehealth
  • Secure Personalized Medicine
  • IoMT Internet of Medical Things


In what is now a familiar story, the healthcare systems, overwhelmed by COVID-19 patients, relied heavily on technology to become more efficient. This meant streamlining in-patient care, relying on remote technologies, using big data analytics to make decisions, and even accepting the risks of weak cybersecurity measures. Electronic Health Records (EHR) and Electronic Medical Records (EMR) have been advancing interoperability for some time now. However, with the investments in healthcare digitization, interoperability could become a major medical technology shift in the near future. 


The COVID-19 pandemic exposed a few weaknesses in the global healthcare system, with staffing a major problem in many parts of the world. Telehealth might seem like a nice-to-have option, but in the context of 2020, it suddenly turned into a must. In the early days of the pandemic restrictions, patients with chronic health issues—diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol, and so on—had to stay away from hospitals. This delayed the care they needed, which could have been provided through telemedicine adoption and connected medical devices. 


We are working with organizations across health sciences and wellness to make the future a reality in this industry. We aid organizations in enabling the transformative influence of new technology and turn these new insights into trusted intelligence. The wide adoption of IoMT, with devices that are part of the Internet of Medical Things, will solve at least some problems that the healthcare sector had to deal with in 2020. IoMT can save money for the healthcare industry, too.

We use our team’s capabilities, diverse technology, security portfolio, and partner ecosystem to help our customers develop with current industry trends and evolve for future directions.

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