Thursday, 21 November 2019

5G+ smart healthcare is now booming

Huawei
Monday 09 September 19

Nearly 100 hospitals are exploring different use cases of 5G+ healthcare, such as remote group consultation, remote surgery, mobile ward rounds, emergency rescue, and intra-hospital monitoring. These hospitals are among the many first-movers to apply 5G in their industry. The urgent needs of smart healthcare will mean huge value in 5G+ healthcare The market for smart healthcare is steadily growing around the world. Statistics show that global spending on smart healthcare services between 2016 and 2018 increased at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 60%, and the smart healthcare industry will be valued at an estimated US$400 billion by 2019. Japan has a large aging population, and elderly people aged over 60 account for 20.5% of its total population. Therefore, Japan has a huge demand for smart healthcare products related to senile diseases. Europe also has an aging population and a large number of unexpected immigrants; as a result, much of its medical equipment urgently needs to be upgraded. To meet these demands, many European countries have seen rapid growth in their smart healthcare equipment market…

Nearly 100 hospitals are exploring different use cases of 5G+ healthcare, such as remote group consultation, remote surgery, mobile ward rounds, emergency rescue, and intra-hospital monitoring. These hospitals are among the many first-movers to apply 5G in their industry. The urgent needs of smart healthcare will mean huge value in 5G+ healthcare The market for smart healthcare is steadily growing around the world. Statistics show that global spending on smart healthcare services between 2016 and 2018 increased at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 60%, and the smart healthcare industry will be valued at an estimated US$400 billion by 2019. Japan has a large aging population, and elderly people aged over 60 account for 20.5% of its total population. Therefore, Japan has a huge demand for smart healthcare products related to senile diseases. Europe also has an aging population and a large number of unexpected immigrants; as a result, much of its medical equipment urgently needs to be upgraded. To meet these demands, many European countries have seen rapid growth in their smart healthcare equipment market…

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