The future of digital health: a glimpse into 2033 – #BHHMembersInitiatives

BHH member Bekey, the company reshaping the healthcare software and hardware landscape, embarks on an exhilarating journey into the future, peering a decade ahead to 2033. Get ready to be captivated as they unveil their awe-inspiring visions of what awaits the world of digital health!

Diagnostics of common diseases & machine learning

In the not-so-distant future, a significant shift in healthcare has taken place. Thanks to the integration of machine learning and advanced monitoring devices, nearly 90% of cases that previously required an immediate visit to a specialist can now be efficiently managed with the assistance of chatbots and monitoring tools. This revolutionary approach has alleviated the shortage of medical professionals around the globe. Routine health assessments are now conveniently carried out through automated processes, while complex cases and chronic disease exacerbations are handled in specialized healthcare facilities.

Remote patient monitoring & augmented reality for telehealth

Embracing the concept of complete remote monitoring, people can now access detailed analyses of their vital health indicators from the comfort of their homes. The days of juggling multiple gadgets and applications are over; just one or two patches suffice to provide comprehensive data, seamlessly linked to the cloud. Augmented reality has revolutionized telehealth, rendering physical presence in hospitals unnecessary for consultations. Real-time data transmission enables doctors to offer expert advice remotely, promoting efficient and accessible healthcare for all.

Digital prescriptions

In 2033, the era of digital prescriptions has dawned. Doctor’s recommendations for medications are promptly and securely sent to the cloud in digital form. Patients can bid farewell to the hassle of browsing pharmaceutical websites or visiting pharmacies. With a simple voice command, medication orders are processed by the system, ensuring that patients can focus solely on their recovery without additional distractions.

Healthcare providers have also experienced a significant enhancement in their ability to offer personalized care. With access to a patient’s complete digital medical history and prescription records, doctors can make better-informed decisions, tailoring treatments to individual needs. Moreover, this system fosters a seamless collaboration between healthcare providers, pharmacists, and patients, eliminating the risk of miscommunication and potential errors.

Read the full Bekey‘s article HERE!