How Smart Homes Are Becoming The Self-Care Hubs Of Tomorrow
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The “Amazon Effect” is transforming healthcare. Digitization breeds new capabilities, changing how we get care and stay well. Always-on technologies empower us to take control of our own well-being, altering the way we engage with healthcare infrastructure at the DNA level. AI and technology make advances such as videoconferencing doctors, remote patient monitoring and online over-the-counter medication purchasing not only possible, but also the viable basis of a self-care revolution.
In the near future, smart homes will be primary care. There’s great unmet need helping to drive that shift. According to a Plextek report, 42% of 35- to 44-year-olds are concerned that their relatives aren’t telling them they feel ill. Concern drives innovation: One-third of smart homes will be equipped with health-related tech as more devices gain connectivity in five to 10 years.
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