In this interview of Clint Cetti (global director of strategy and innovation at AT&T) tals about the uses of 5G and “edge computing” in the context of health. Many things is presented in the text but one of the most interesting is the evolution of the “hospital”. This place will be connected directly to the patient and the healthcare professional, anywhere they will be.
5G will eventually change how healthcare workers and patients interact with the data created throughout the patient’s journey. Gigabyte imaging files rendered into diagnostic animations can be provided to mobile devices over a 5G network using millimeter wave spectrum (“5G+”) for clinician review in seconds without requiring them to return to a wired terminal or greatly impact the wired network to move large files around. Clinicians are free to move within the 5G+ footprint and not lose the quality of the data and visuals that they rely on.
Source: 5G is here: how health systems can capitalize on the new cellular standard | Healthcare IT News