The healthcare industry has recently seen a massive surge in the use of the Internet of Things (IoT) during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. IoT’s main objective is to provide people with the necessities in these uncertain times. During the pandemic, the availability of IoT-based healthcare systems is crucial. Using IoT, healthcare systems are becoming more individualized, allowing for more precise patient diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring. Since the beginning of the epidemic, many researchers have worked tirelessly to find solutions to this global problem, and IoT technology has the potential to revamp the current system completely. Over 6 million people had lost their lives by the time this document was produced due to the ongoing COVID-19 epidemic. Many lives could have been saved. The problem today is that when people are too sick, they cannot call or contact an ambulance or get safely to the hospital. With new technology, perhaps a button or programming into a device, people in need can press a button on their phone or call out into a voice-enabled device to contact the ambulance or other emergency contacts that they might have. The research has found that if significant companies take this seriously, it could be a remarkable idea that could save many lives.
"The Implications of IoT in the Modern Healthcare Industry post COVID-19,"
International Journal of Smart Sensor and Adhoc Network: Vol. 3:
4, Article 3.
Available at: https://www.interscience.in/ijssan/vol3/iss4/3