An IoT Equipped Hospital Model: A New Approach for E-governance Healthcare Framework | Abstract

International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)


An IoT Equipped Hospital Model: A New Approach for E-governance Healthcare Framework

Author(s):Alpana Kakkar and Shaurya

Internet of things (IoT) is an emerging technology that helps in reducing the human efforts. IoT refers to the physical objects connected to each other over the internet. In reference to the healthcare sector various equipment and gadgets like a thermometer, ECG, blood pressure measuring machine, heart rate monitor etc. are interconnected via various sensors. People are becoming more inclined towards the use of the Internet of things. The growing elderly population and the increase in chronic diseases generate a need for the healthcare sector to find ways to provide services at the convenience of the patient. Many people in India do not have access to proper medical services due to which the health of these people suffers. Nowadays the government is taking so many initiatives to support and provide help to the people living in the rural area. This paper proposes a model e-governance healthcare framework of IoT equipped hospital that helps in treating critical healthcare requirements.

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