1. Data analytics helps in analysing patient’s health over time, thereby attributing it to the quality of work done by the hospital staff. 2. Real-time location tracking tool for staff and assets helps hospitals to know their availability. 3. The AI-enabled tool helps in daily task allocation. 4. IoT tech helps in monitoring critical systems and spaces. 5. Hygiene monitoring tool ensures sanitation in the hospital.
5 cr Indians used online doctor consultation in the last three months due to the spread of novel coronavirus. Among them 80% were first-time users, 44% of users were from non-metro cities. 51% consultations were for GP, gynaecology, dermatology. Mental health, ENT, paediatrics etc were also queried. COVID-19 related consultations topped the list with a 200% rise in queries among which 50% showed symptoms.
1. 200% growth in basic sickness queries and 500% growth in overall telemedicine calls. (age group 25-40 years). 2. 250%, 300%, 200% growth in gynaecology, paediatrics, psychiatry related queries respectively. 3. Tier 2 (Jaipur, Indore etc.) and Tier 3 cities are topping the consults’ list.
4. Ensuring 24*7 doctor accessibility over patients’ phones. With the current level of acceptance, they presume telemedicine to be widely popular in the near future.