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Health 4.0- Tailwind for 2019
Today we are at a tipping point in advanced technology adoption. Personalisation coupled with an explosion of digital health are the driving trends in value based care. Pharma, medical device and biotechnology innovators are harnessing digital technology and the power of big data and analytics to deliver a more cost-effective approach to healthcare. According to a recent report by NASSCOM, India has added 1200 more tech startups in 2018 into the total of 7700 that currently exist. Out of these 1200, approximately 150 belong to the health-tech sector. By focusing on accessibility and technology integration in the health sector, health-tech startups in India are playing a crucial role in improving the well–being and health of over a billion Indians. With Industry 4.0 re-defining the health sector, these startups will become the tailwind of healthcare in 2019.