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From retail and telecommunications to banking and financial services, the Internet of Everything (IoE) is the centre of attention across all main industries. Expanding on the Internet of Things (IoT) theory, IoE covers a wider remit to include ‘the intelligent connection of people, process, data and things.’ Experts forecast the global IoT healthcare market to be worth $117 billion by 2020, with the number of smart items worldwide projected at around $25 billion (1,2).

Some crucial factors anticipated to propel the healthcare market include growing demand for real time disease management, improved patient care services and effective and efficient treatment outcomes (3).

Cisco believe the IoE is a $19 trillion global opportunity over the next decade, and private-sector firms can create as much as $14.4 trillion in value, while cities, governments and other public-sector organisations can create $4.6 trillion (4). The IoE has the capability to bring together processes, people and data to make networked connections more significant and essential. The IoE phenomenon is only going to continue to increase, with Gartner research listing the IoE as one of the top 10 strategic technology trends.

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Richard Strobridge is Vice President of Healthcare at Entra Health, a CRF company, and is a recognised expert in healthcare information technology, medical imaging systems and medical technology integration. Throughout his career, he has specialised in healthcare delivery and organisational process improvement through the use of telecommunications and information technology. Richard is a pioneer in integrated voice/video/data networking, videoconferencing and distance learning. He implemented some of the first video networks in the US, and his career includes many firsts in the video networking field. Richard is a graduate of Colgate University in New York, US.
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