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Digital technology is one of the priorities in healthcare development worldwide, with its market growing 25% a year. This process can bring a breakthrough in accessibility and quality of services without increasing healthcare spending. Hence, public agencies take an active part in the development of digital medicine. Russia is no exception and is already launching a number of research and information projects that are visible even on a global scale.
The size of the global digital healthcare market reached USD 51.3 billion last year, according to Global Market Insights. By 2024, it is expected to grow more than two-fold to USD 116 billion.
Focuses of digital healthcare in the short term:
The main benefits of healthcare digitisation:
Technology behind the digital revolution in healthcare:
Russia has two information platforms in the vanguard of healthcare digitisation:
The Government’s education and advanced training programmes take due account of healthcare digitisation.
However, there are some deterrents to introduction of information technology in healthcare: