Focus areas for IoHT investment to benefit operations U.S. 2016

Focus areas in U.S. internet of health things (IoHT) investments to benefit operations as of 2016

Focus areas for IoHT investment to benefit operations U.S. 2016 This statistic shows focus areas in internet of health things (IoHT) investments to benefit operations in U.S., according to a survey conducted among health care providers and payers between 29th January 2016 and 16th February 2016. Some 73 percent of the payer respondents and 64 percent of the provider respondents said that their organizations are focusing on investments in patient experience/member services (e.g., way finding, scheduling, accessing, navigating, hospital resources, better service, shorter queue wait) to benefit operations.
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Focus areas in U.S. internet of health things (IoHT) investments to benefit operations as of 2016

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ProviderPayer
Patient experience/member services (e.g., wayfinding, scheduling, accessing, navigating, hospital resources, better service, shorter queue wait)64%73%
Inventory management of medical supplies (e.g., drugs, gowns, gloves)67%-
Real-time location tracking of assets (e.g., wheelchairs, IV stands)51%-
Automated asset management (e.g., predictive maintenance of MRI, CAT scanners)49%-
Connected worker (e.g., clinician & worker collaboration & productivity)45%60%
ProviderPayer
Patient experience/member services (e.g., wayfinding, scheduling, accessing, navigating, hospital resources, better service, shorter queue wait)64%73%
Inventory management of medical supplies (e.g., drugs, gowns, gloves)67%-
Real-time location tracking of assets (e.g., wheelchairs, IV stands)51%-
Automated asset management (e.g., predictive maintenance of MRI, CAT scanners)49%-
Connected worker (e.g., clinician & worker collaboration & productivity)45%60%
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This statistic shows focus areas in internet of health things (IoHT) investments to benefit operations in U.S., according to a survey conducted among health care providers and payers between 29th January 2016 and 16th February 2016. Some 73 percent of the payer respondents and 64 percent of the provider respondents said that their organizations are focusing on investments in patient experience/member services (e.g., way finding, scheduling, accessing, navigating, hospital resources, better service, shorter queue wait) to benefit operations.
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