In an industry where every second counts, discover the power edge computing has in transforming healthcare in the Asia-Pacific region. Read the exclusive report brought to you by Schneider Electric.
By 2025, there will be more than 460 million people over the age of 60 in the Asia Pacific region. This means additional stress on an already overworked healthcare system. To address these concerns, forward-thinking healthcare organisations are moving to adopt edge computing, in which data is analysed and acted upon at the point of collection, or on a nearby system situated between the connected device and the cloud.
Currently, 48% Of Asia Pacific healthcare organisations have adopted edge computing. While many believe delivering healthcare services in the future will be harder, others are embracing the digital era to enable change. Indeed, achieving many of the shared goals relies on improved investments in technology and data. And so, to gain a more in-depth understanding of how the industry is transforming their digital capabilities to power more agile, resilient healthcare solutions, Tech Research Asia surveyed 131 Healthcare executives and IT decision makers in 2020 and conducted deep dive interviews with five organisations in the region.
In Schneider Electric’s Healthcare Insight Report 2020, discover the potential of edge computing on healthcare and learn how your organisation can embrace the power of edge today.
Current tech trends in healthcare
Discover the many trends influencing the delivery of healthcare in Asia Pacific.
Begin your healthcare journey
Learn the 5 practical steps your organisation must take to embark on your edge journey.
Key use cases
Explore some of the key use cases driving healthcare organisations to adopt edge.