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5 IoT Trends That 2018 Should Be Looking AT

Blockchain is exploding popularity Blockchain promises to make a bigger transformation by making health information exchanges (HIE) more secure, efficient, and interoperable. It comes as no surprise, blockchain technology creates unique opportunities to reduce complexity, enable trustless collaboration, and create secure and immutable information.

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The Bottomline: Healthcare providers and hospitals should essentially leverage these digital technology trends to provide more personalized care and elevating patient experience. And especially focusing on telemedicine and mHealth app development can help in enhancing provider-consumer interactions at par.

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