With the rapidly-evolving technologies the futuristic change of the hospitals may look quite different than the hospitals today. The main scenario which focuses the digital technologies in order to evolve or to offer its services are mainly depends upon the inpatient and outpatient patients.
With the aging infrastructure the hospitals looks to optimize its services by creating a system integrating with digital technologies while eliminating the traditional approach. In order to know what the future hospitals look like the answer is simple. Enhancement of medical industry capabilities globally to the patients, not like anything in the past few years, with a Redefined Care Delivery, Electronic Health Records, Operational Efficiencies through Technologies and Digital Patient Experience.
The average Hospital Inpatient Services have been reduced to 15% considering in the last ten years, with the advancements in technology. In the near future Robotic Health Assistant Simulations will be in practice from 2025 onwards. As a result of the Artificial Intelligence the decision making systems have a command equipped “Centralized Clinical Command Centers and Digital Continuous Monitoring”.
With the expert systems, the Digital Patient Experience will be visualized through Virtual Care Assistants (VCA), which will monitor the patients continually to the patient’s chart via central command through new technological advancements like 3D-Printing, Robotics, Nanotechnology and Genetic Coding.
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With the onset of Technological Revolution and significant presence of EHR – Electronic Health Records, the health care Industry has become global, enabling or facilitating the flow of information across boundaries.
The EHR are the digital driven records, where the data has been stored digitally and can monitor at any point of time. The hospitals have started integrating their systems towards EHR which made the practices easy in order to maintain and monitor the records digitally.
The history of medical records which follow the, traditional practices of clinical documentation based on the paper based records, which are ineffective at the time of data retrieval. These traditional medical records are restricted to a particular place without allowing a global vision on the patient’s health conditions.
Technological World has evolved like anything in the last two decades. With the implementation of EHR, the sharing of healthcare information between the providers has a significance result in the improved outcomes of patient’s care and reduced the clinical records errors. With the proper design of EHR systems have eliminated the need of transcriptions on paper and the EHR systems have helped the healthcare providers with the better exchange of improved communication with the laboratory results, scans and reports.
The Global Economic Report survey predicts that the EHR Industry will see a significant growth rate of 5.53% Compounded Annually by 2020.