The healthcare industry in India faces several challenges as it needs to accommodate the country’s population of over 1.3 billion. Among the several tasks, the healthcare industry also faces the hindrances of staff shortage, health infrastructure and increasing age population, in addition to growing costs of deliver vital cover.
Clinical mobility encompasses a wide range of applications, which mainly focuses on improving the communication between staff in providing better medical access and also in accelerating the delivery of lab results. Among the several tasks of clinical mobility it also monitors patients by means of monitoring equipment, biomedical devices, which is provided to patients from wearable technology.
Based on the Hospital Vision Study 2022 of Zebra Technologies’, has combined three global research surveys which center on patients, IT decision makers, and nursing managers.
Moreover, 77% of the hospitalized patients showed a positive reaction to using mobile devices in healthcare. Furthermore, 95% of the patients were willing to share the health metrics which were collected from wearables.
According to the research findings, the Indian population has become savvier and they also expect providers to adopt to mobile technologies during patient care. Owing to data captured by Google Trends, India can be marked as one of the top five countries for ‘mHealth’ and ‘mobile health’.
Although the inclination of the region’s population towards adapting to clinical mobility is apparent. The actual implementation and strength of clinical mobility falls in two areas; elevating patient care and expanding the use of mobile devices.