SANTA CLARA, Calif., Jan. 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Frost & Sullivan's new analysis, Global Healthcare Industry Outlook, 2018
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Key predictions for 2018 growth opportunities in the global healthcare market include;
"Even though 2017 was a year full of spectacular advancements in healthcare, 2018 will be the year of digital health technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), Internet of Medical Things (IoMT), big data analytics, and robotics," said Frost & Sullivan Transformational Health industry analyst Kamaljit Behera. "Non-healthcare companies will continue to collaborate with healthcare industry players to transform these technologies into actionable applications that will drive growth opportunities across the globe."
Global Healthcare Industry Outlook, 2018 is part of Frost & Sullivan's Transformational Health Growth Partnership Program.
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