Bronx, NY (June 2020) – As technology develops and expands throughout the years, so does its impact on health maintenance. From AI and AR reshaping the way reality is perceived, to an internet connectivity breakthrough that synchronizes connected devices, 2020 is delivering technology trends that will continue to impact the healthcare system for years to come. Specializing in the development of healthcare properties, healthcare development firms, Simone Health, shares four technology trends that will continue to impact the healthcare system this year.
- Voice technology. The development of voice technology goes beyond simply improving the care of current patients. The major success of artificial intelligence (AI) has paved the way for groundbreaking artificial voice assistants ready to take healthcare to the next level. Voice technology is trending to provide greater healthcare efficiency by using previous data to promote better future results. Intelligent personal assistants are not only changing the way professionals access information and make decisions, but also improving the quality of patient care and facility operations both before and after a hospital visit.
- Patient-Centric Approach for diagnostics. Patient-Centric approaches for diagnostics have become increasingly preferred throughout 2019. A patient-centric approach places the patient at the center and focuses primarily on the step within patient interaction that normally becomes forgotten. Ensuring that medical professionals connect with the patients before and after a procedure boosts positive healthcare experiences and improves the effectivity of health efforts as a whole.
- Cloud & mobile technology. Healthcare providers are increasingly relying on cloud and mobile technology advancements in order to redefine the quality of healthcare they offer. Mobile technology is reshaping the physical healthcare environment with advanced wearable medical devices as well as instant access to patient information through mobile devices, while the Cloud is a computing service used for storing, updating, and backing up healthcare information for patients on an online platform.
- IoMT (Internet of Medical Things). The Internet Of Medical Things refers to the combination of medical applications and devices that connects all healthcare systems through the internet. The IoMT promotes machine-to-machine interaction and offers opportunity for an improved data collection that will, in turn, improve medical diagnoses.
This year is undoubtedly delivering major technology trends that will continue to impact the healthcare system in an abundance of ways.
About Simone Health: Simone Health Development Companies is a full-service real estate investment company specializing in the acquisition and development of office, retail, industrial and healthcare properties in the New York tristate area. Headquartered in the Bronx, the privately held company owns and manages more than 5 million square feet of property in the Bronx, Westchester County, Queens, Long Island, Connecticut and New Jersey. The company’s portfolio includes more than 100 properties and ranges from multi-building office parks to retail and industrial space. The largest and most successful development from Simone Health is the 42-acre Hutchinson Metro Center office complex located directly off the Hutchinson River Parkway in the Pelham Bay section of the Bronx. The first two phases of the complex, which comprise nearly 750,000 square feet of Class A office and medical space, are fully leased. Two additional phases totaling 650,000 square feet (370,000-square-foot Metro Center Atrium and 280,000-square-foot Tower Two), are completed and fully leased.
Joe Simone, President, Simone Development Companies