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How IoT Helps Cut Healthcare Costs

One of the main concerns in healthcare today is its costs on the actual services that are being calculated over and over again without any consolation. It is time and money-consuming and human error induces additional risks in prompt treatment. Therefore, the IoT in general and smart automatisation in particular may help solve most of these issues and the IoT solutions have already been playing their part in improving current situation for millions of patients and doctors.

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