Healthcare system of a country is one of the most crucial factors that define the success of a government. Pakistan only spends 2% of the GDP on its healthcare (Tribune). As a result, Pakistan’s health system is highly neglected and unhealthy and is a threat to the health of Pakistani people (Khan)
Conclusion & Future Work
The solution presented above solves the problem of overcrowded hospitals through remote patient monitoring and telemedicine techniques. Furthermore, to reduce the unnecessary burden on hospitals, a proactive approach to healthcare through continuous health monitoring of people in the future is suggested. The solution only has initial costs for setting the system up. Once that is done, the future costs would be very minimal as most of the patients would be treated at home. The solution proposes shifting healthcare to a community level to bridge the gap between healthcare and community, with each community having its own healthcare system. The use of personalized nursing robots and smart devices is also suggested to improve the home healthcare experience.