Thanks to the development of digital technology, people nowadays are able to maintain close contact even when they are far away from each other.
This is something we have learned in the global response to the new crown epidemic. No matter where the patient is, digital healthcare enables medical service providers to interact directly with the patient. With the emergence of sensors, trackers, remote patient monitoring (RPM) technology, and other digital healthcare and other related elements, patients can not only perform instant medical treatment through themselves, but also shorten the distance between them and medical service providers. In the field of healthcare, people can freely choose the way, time and place of interaction.
At the beginning of 2020, Jabil conducted a survey of more than 420 medical professionals responsible for decision-making in some companies that have used or planned to use digital medical products. It is estimated that by 2025, the industry’s valuation will exceed 500 billion U.S. dollars, with a compound annual growth rate of 27.7%. The digital medical industry is ushering in a golden period of vigorous development.