14 April 2016
What Will Health Tech Mean for Ordinary People in 2026?
By Kathryn Cave
IDG Connect consulted a panel of 17 industry thought leaders to find out what factors will define health technology and how it will transform health for ordinary people by 2026. Roman Chernyshev, Senior VP, Healthcare and Life Sciences at DataArt, looks at the transformational potential of advanced analytics for diagnosing medical conditions.
“It is just a matter of time before technological developments [the IoT] allows various medical devices to continuously collect vital data from patients and compare this, in real time, to data from millions of patients around the world. This will radically change how medical conditions are diagnosed.”