Mahmoud Khattab is the CEO of Gartner, and he recently published an article about what to expect for healthcare in 2021. Mahmoud sees three shifts that will grow the industry: artificial intelligence, digital twins and augmented reality.
Artificial intelligence is expected to lead doctors to diagnose diseases more accurate than before with the help of machine learning algorithms. Mahmoud also mentions that cognitive computing can help patients better understand their health conditions.
In the future, Mahmoud Khattab sees a big change in how doctors interact with their equipment and products, as digital twins will be used to monitor devices remotely and provide a personalized experience before seeing a doctor. Mahmoud brings up an example of smart beds being able to track vital signs, which allow hospitals to respond faster if something is wrong with the patient’s condition.
Lastly, Mahmoud Khattab discusses augmented reality helping people control what they want from healthcare services by meeting them where they are at instead of forcing them into traditional medical settings. Mahmoud uses HoloLens as an example for this shift due to its ability to create custom user experiences based on individual needs. Mahmoud also mentions that digital transformation isn’t just for IT but rather a business-wide effort to improve how healthcare is provided and received by patients.
About Mahmoud Khattab
Mahmoud is the CEO of Precision MD, a healthcare technology company that focuses on using digital tools to improve the patient experience. Mahmoud is also an avid speaker about industry trends and their impact on society, writing articles for publications such as HealthTechZone & Digitalist Magazine. Mahmoud has been recognized by several awards, including being ranked #17 most influential CEO in Technology Leaders. Read article here: https://eleven-magazine.com/mahmoud-khattabs-philanthropic-donations-to-the-american-cancer-fund-how-others-can-help/