With global health care spending expected to increase to $10 trillion by 2022, the need for new health care solutions that can help reduce costs for both patients and providers is undeniable.
Today, health care providers turn to technology to help find ways to deliver high-quality, cost-effective care to a growing, aging population. As a result, IoT implementation and adoption in the market is increasing. In fact, the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) market in North America is expected to be valued at $45 billion by 2022.
So, when former nurse and predictive modeling expert Susan Cordts saw an opportunity to help high-risk, low-income patients in Phoenix, Arizona get the care they deserve, she had a vision for using IoMT to make it happen. But she needed to find a technology partner to help make it a reality.