Internet of things-assisted intelligent monitoring model to analyse the physical health condition

Technol Health Care. 2021 May 26. doi: 10.3233/THC-213006. Online ahead of print.


BACKGROUND: Nowadays, smart healthcare minimizes medical facilities costs, ease staff burden, achieve unified control of materials and records, and enhance patients’ medical experience. Smart healthcare treatments have critical barriers to improving patient outcomes, reducing the regulatory burden, and promoting the transition from volume to benefit.

OBJECTIVE: In this paper, the Internet of Things-assisted Intelligent Monitoring Model (IoT-IMM) has been proposed to improve patient health and maintain health records.

METHOD: The advanced IoT sensors can monitor patient health and insert into the patients’ bodies. Information collected can be analyzed, aggregated, and mined to predict diseases at an early stage. For that, an enhanced deep learning network using Bayes theorem (EDLN-BT) benefits to obtain and verify various patient health data in a specific aspect, making it easy to supervise the patient’s activities.

RESULTS: The IoT-IMM-based EDLN-BT results show the smart health care monitoring has undergone substantial growth, improving patient satisfaction for the quality of the healthcare services offered in hospitals and many other healthcare facilities. It helps predict health diseases with increased accuracy, prediction rate with minimal residual error delay, and energy consumption.

PMID:34092676 | DOI:10.3233/THC-213006