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      <JournalTitle>Allana Management Journal of Research, Pune</JournalTitle>
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      <Volume-Issue>Volume 10, Issue 1</Volume-Issue>
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      <IssueTopic>Multidisciplinary</IssueTopic>
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      <Season>January 2020 - June 2020</Season>
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      <ArticleType>Information Technology Management</ArticleType>
      <ArticleTitle>The Impact of Industry 4.0 on Healthcare 4.0</ArticleTitle>
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          <FirstName>SamayaPillai</FirstName>
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          <FirstName>Dr.ManikKadam</FirstName>
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          <FirstName>Dr. H. Acharya</FirstName>
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      <Abstract>We all are in the middle of a very historic make-over. It concerns the manufacturing or industrial&#13;
domain. “Industry 4.0”which has captured every-ones imagination is all about automation.Digitization in healthcare is progressing steadily. While currently processes are being optimized and processes are being facilitated, the breakthrough of digital medicine is still forthcoming. Digital medicine includes applications that focus on the patient and give them the promise of better care. Many digital health applications are raising attention in traditional healthcare, as they are increasingly showing evidence.&#13;
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The Industry 4.0 Standard (I4S) employs technologies for automation and data exchange through cloud computing, Big Data (BD), Internetof Things (IoT), forms of wireless Internet, 5G technologies, cryptography, the use of semantic database (DB) design, Augmented Reality (AR) and Content-Based Image Retrieval (CBIR). Its healthcare extension is the so-called Health 4.0.This study informsabout Health 4.0 and its potential to extend, virtualize and enable new healthcare-related processes (e.g., home care, finitude medicine, and personalized/remotely triggered pharmaceutical&#13;
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treatments) and transform them into services. In the future, these services will be able to virtualize numerous degrees of care, interface gadgets, and move to Personalized Medicine (PM).We can say that the health 4.0 constitutes computers, communications, storage, interfaces, sensors, and bio-actuators. Healthcare4.0 can suggest monitoring patients before, after and during any medical treatments.The upcoming technology of IOT is becoming core inpatient-monitoring and many other processes of the healthcare. The Iot devices can be used to set alerts and mobilise faster decision making it efficient patient caring system. As of now, the National Health Service tends to the utilization of specialized devices to patients and clinical groups to heighten the exchange of medicines from the emergency clinic to the home, without disturbance in outpatient administrations. Healthcare 4.0 can have tools and technology allowing data embedding and BD analysis. The co-existence of technology with human intervention can lead to enhanced healthcare. &#13;
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Objective of the Research Paper:The objective of the research paper was mapping of the concept of industry 4.0 to healthcare. The thought was to conduct an extensive literature review, identify the relevant gaps post the literature review. And lay a path for further research.</Abstract>
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