The home healthcare industry saw a significant bump during the pandemic because of issues with nursing homes and the broader strain on the healthcare industry as a whole. However, it's not a temporary "fad." People prefer to receive care in their own homes whenever possible, and with the geriatric population growing fast as baby boomers age, the global home healthcare market is expected to hit $663 billion by 2027.
In order to keep up with demand and provide the best care possible, home healthcare agencies need to be as efficient as possible, and mobile devices are a big part of that. In this podcast, Samsung's Trevor Smith helps us delve into the use cases for mobile devices in home health and how they drive productivity and better patient care.
Head of Business Development, Samsung Healthcare Mobile B2B Team
VP, Strategic Alliances & Partnerships, Stratix
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