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5G is here to transform the healthcare ecosystem. It’s an innovation that will meet both patients’ and healthcare providers’ needs and requirements at scale, cost-effectively, conveniently, accurately, and efficiently. 5G network has been poised to transform every critical component of the healthcare system completely. This technology possesses more meaning today mainly because of how everyone is getting affected by the pandemic. The whole situation is putting immense pressure and stress on the healthcare system all across the globe.

For people living in rural areas, where visiting doctors is a challenge, the advent of the healthcare system will allow these people to receive care from the comfort of their homes. Doctors will reach out to patients who would have been deprived of top-medical facilities can now recommend prescriptions and tests.

However, the poor quality of the internet can delay patient care. And as the Internet of Things technologies continues to grow, the amount of data required on networks will continue to increase. This is where 5G technologies come into play by leveraging the potential to help resolve all the complications.

5G and healthcare together will transform how care is delivered to patients. Take MRIs, for example; these are large image machines and provide large files. Sending them through the internet to a specialist for review will become problematic if the network is low on bandwidth. This means that the patient will wait for a long time to send the report and receive proper suggestions or treatment plans.

With 5G in place, it will change the existing architecture by allowing the patient to quickly send the data file. Additionally, the specialist will be able to look at the file, and the study will be already on the way. 5G and healthcare will benefit both the patients and the doctors.

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