Metadata and Telemetry Support to Enable Telecom for Healthcare Opportunities (2021)

By Dr. Sudheer Dharanikota, Duke Tech Solutions Inc.; Jason Page, Charter Communications

The delivery of healthcare is undergoing seismic shifts. From remote consultations to remote patient monitoring, the healthcare of tomorrow will look and feel different than it does today. Numerous technological advancements have enabled these transformations, but each comes with a series of challenges to solve. These challenges include issues such as connecting devices to a local network, guaranteeing optimal bandwidth and latency, ensuring that services are being properly delivered by providers, and ensuring that patients are adhering to treatment plans. Cable operators are well-positioned to assist in developing standards to address these obstacles.

In this paper, we describe at a high level some of the services that tomorrow's healthcare will offer, the stakeholders that interact with these services, and the needs of each stakeholder according to the service.

We then define four types of data categories and how they address the series of challenges that tomorrow's healthcare services face. We also provide recommendations on how cable operators can support these data needs and high-level architecture of a potential implementation for data collection, access, and analysis.

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