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While the COVID-19 pandemic changed the way health care is delivered around the world in 2020, 2021 and 2022 bring their own set of challenges, including powerful COVID-19 variants and hospitals that are overcrowded as they try to care for patients with and without the virus. In the face of so many obstacles, technology has shown that it is critical to maintaining business sustainability in the healthcare industry. Many technology-based solutions have proliferated in the healthcare industry to improve efficiency and optimize clinical operations. Given how technology provides affordable solutions to all of today's problems, widespread adoption of technology in the healthcare sector is inevitable. As smart systems evolve, clinics using advanced technology will continue to thrive. The coming years will be marked by massive adoption of innovative technology in healthcare! The term "digital transformation" in healthcare refers to a set of the most recent developments and innovations in digital technology that can significantly improve healthcare operations. At the core of this transition is the use of sophisticated technologies such as AI, ML, IoT and other cloud-based technologies. Critical medical data, medical records, pharmaceutical orders and other data can now be processed efficiently thanks to modern technological breakthroughs in healthcare. Internet of Things devices, wearable gadgets, real-time medical data monitoring and other digital technologies have had a significant impact in making healthcare more advanced and accessible. The adoption of innovative technologies is opening up new business models and productivity opportunities. With telemedicine, in-person visits to doctors are no longer a necessity. The technology, which uses electronic devices and software, allows for video and audio meetings on smartphones, tablets, laptops and other Internet-connected devices. Whether you're on vacation, can't get away from work or aren't sure if you need to go to the hospital, telemedicine gives you remote access to a variety of health services, saving you time and even money. Currently, telemedicine provides services such as telepsychiatry, teledermatology, teleophthalmology, tele-oncology, tele-obstetrics and tele-rehabilitation. Simply put, it offers more convenient patient care and increased access to specialists. Thus, the number of telemedicine patients is rapidly increasing. Because accessibility and integrity of information in medicine are crucial, the adoption of blockchain technology in the healthcare industry is being actively discussed. This will provide fast and secure access to patient records for all who are granted access. Innovative technology can create more personalized health care ecosystems for patients, while making it easier and more efficient for health care providers to use modern technology. Healthcare organizations can create a digital foundation on which they can add new technologies, combining fragmented health information available from social systems, financial resources, home care and self-care monitoring, as well as other traditional treatments. Augmented analytics and artificial intelligence, for example, can use this enhanced data to learn about patients and their caregivers. Wearable IoMT devices can be used in conjunction with digital therapies and remote care options to improve access to care for people who live in remote areas or who require a higher level of care but cannot stay in a facility. While much of the focus of the digital transformation of the healthcare industry has been on technology, the human element is also important. New technology should improve the patient-provider relationship, promote organizational change, and increase staff engagement.