The biggest problem with existing digital health care is that it was possible to provide services and sell products only in each area, such as hospitals and consumers, and businesses and consumers. The platform created to solve this problem only allowed reservations, information delivery, product sales, and marketing, but did not integrate the entire healthcare infrastructure.
The reason why the infrastructure was not integrated in this way was that there were different business areas, special expertise in medical care, difficulties in connection due to non-standardized software and equipment, difficulties in information delivery due to language and region, and the problem of de-identification of personal medical information.
However, in the current digital healthcare market, with the development of communication and technology, it is possible to build an infrastructure that can see, hear, speak and feel directly rather than just text information and to build various infrastructures, such as information delivery except for physical outcomes such as surgery and procedures, information processing, communication, device interlocking, telemedicine, and home care systems.
In addition, even if data is leaked due to de-identification of personal information, we are able to establish a standardized system that does not know whose information it is, to sell big data-based products through collecting, analyzing, and processing healthcare data, and to develop a system that returns some data back to the user who provided it.