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by CynthiaMadison

Emerging tech trends for healthcare for 2022

Everyone expects 2022 to strengthen the healthcare sector with advanced innovations and discoveries. Many core changes are waiting for the industry!

Date:   1/11/2022 8:25:25 AM   ( 5 mon ) ... viewed 93 times

Everyone expects 2022 to strengthen the healthcare sector with advanced innovations and discoveries. Many core changes are waiting for the industry!

This article wants to explore the primary medical tech trends expected to shift the medical field in the following year. The general focus is on increasing the affordability and quality of healthcare services and preventing and predicting medical issues instead of treating them at late stages. The global healthcare market is growing, and there are several opportunities entrepreneurs can take advantage of. If you want to employ technology to transform the medical industry, get familiar with the following trends because they guarantee better financial results, enhanced customer experience, and higher work efficiency. 

Innovative AI applications 

Lately, we have witnessed a rapid development of artificial intelligence technology, and the trend will most likely continue in 2022. Medicine is one of the industries that can benefit from AI applications because it enables profound detection and diagnostics of diseases. 

Since the pandemic started, diagnostic specialists have experienced an increase in the number of patients they see. An AI-based system could ease their work because Artificial Intelligence algorithms can process tomography scans, detect pneumonia caused by COVID-19, and report to clinicians. The technology can compensate for a shortage of radiologists in the medical sector. 

The pharmaceutical sector can also use AI to discover new drugs. The first drug molecule invented by AI was patented in January 2020, and the medication was accepted for human testing to manage obsessive-compulsive disorder. If you discovered a promising formula with the help of AI-enhanced lab experimenting, make sure to patent your product to get property rights to it

Data breach prevention

Despite the many tech precautions healthcare organisations take, data breach statistics show a dramatic increase over the last decade. However, the violations reached their peak during the pandemic because more people were forced to work remotely and lacked access to secured devices and systems. Data breaches affect both institutions and patients, and hopefully, in 2022 the healthcare providers can find new methods to improve data protection. Cybersecurity in the medical field is becoming a paramount tech trend for 2022 and beyond. 

Governments worldwide pay great attention to medical record security and encourage organisations to adhere to a set of practises developed with the purpose to increase digital security. Medical organisations could no longer rely on facial recognition during the pandemic to ensure authorised access to facilities, devices, and workstations. In this context, it has become crucial to use deep learning facial recognition algorithms to recognise individuals with masks on their faces. 

If you want to develop a cybersecurity product for the healthcare sector, you should get familiar with this trend. 


If you’re a stranger to technology, you may think nanomedicine sounds a little too sci-fi. But the fact is that nanotech is part of our daily life. In 2021, scientists even created tiny organic robots that can self-replicate. So, it’s safe to assume that we’ll witness a revolution in the nanomedicine sector the following year. Nanomedicine uses nanoscale objects and materials for specific tasks and operations, like diagnosing and treating people. 

It can be used to identify viruses and cancer cells if injected into the patient’s blood vessels. It’s expected to support medicine in fighting auto-immune, oncologic, and genetic diseases at the cellular level. 

Internet of Medical Things

The Internet of Medical Things will be a new notion in 2022, but specialists predict that the sector will grow exponentially in the future. The niche involves several digital healthcare trends that provide excellent uses to healthcare experts. More and more tech companies invest in IoMT solutions to develop custom products for healthcare organisations. 

Wearable and mobile apps can be integrated into a synced system with the help of IoMT. Wellness and remote health monitoring software is on the rise and will most likely experience booming popularity in 2022. A visit to the app stores will uncover a series of healthcare and wellness apps smartphone users can install. Patients can synchronise their apps with their wearables and use the collected information to report and analyse their health conditions. 

Autonomous devices can also communicate with the help of the Internet of Medical Things and support medical staff by reducing their supply management and sanitation-related tasks. Robots and apps can work for healthcare organisations to protect human employees from exposing themselves to risks and burnout. 


The market size of the telemedicine industry is predicted to reach $186.5 billion by 2026, and no one is surprised by its evolution. Using tech to diagnose and treat patients remotely had become quite popular during the pandemic when it was safer for both patients and medical experts to maintain social distance. Telemedicine usually relies on live video conferences and still images captured by healthcare specialists. Telemedicine isn’t a new trend, but it gained more popularity over the last two years. During the first quarter of 2020, there were 50% more telehealth visits than the previous year. Healthcare services were greatly restricted since the pandemic started. Doctors have to use telemedicine as an alternative to their in-person visits to continue providing their patients with the needed assistance. 

Smart implants

More implant technologies are expected to enter the healthcare sector in the following year. Their purpose is to offer a higher efficiency of patient rehabilitation, regenerative medicine, and even cure for some medical issues that have been labelled as incurable until now. 

3D bioprinting technology is also expected to exceed $6 billion by the end of 2027. Biocompatible implants are new in the medical field, but they could become more accessible to patients if producers find a way to integrate them into prosthetics and use a new spectrum of materials. 

Final words

Above are some healthcare tech trends that will take 2022 by storm. Now that 2021 is at its end, we have a clear idea of the trends that can revolutionise the medical field, and we believe that these will provide innovative solutions and improve patient care.  

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