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Technology advances in healthcare to watch in 2023

With advances in IoT, healthcare providers will soon deliver better care more efficiently and at a lower cost, empowering patients to take a more active role in health management.

In recent years, investment in healthcare technology has been understandably high. Having realized we were not ready for largescale health emergencies, investors pumped funds into this most vital industry. This trend has started to slow but now, those investments are beginning to bear fruit: new products are finally hitting the market. So, what advances in healthcare can we expect to see in 2023?

Early diagnosisTreatment monitoringWhole-person careMental health

Vocal biomarkers 

AI language models 

Spectral phenotyping 

Low-Abundance Biomarker Detection Platform
A battery-free ingestible “smart-pill” biosensor

Sensor-enabled 3D-printed smart metamaterial implants
At-home test labs

Cough analysis apps


Miniaturized platform for urine analysis
Wearables to monitor pain

AI and ML real-time data

AR and VR to detect neurodegenerative signs

Following the progress made at HLTH 2022 and the 41st Annual J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference 2023, we stand at the brink of this exciting wave of innovation. As Internet of Things (IoT) devices achieve mass adoption in the healthcare sector, we can expect to see improved patient care and outcomes. Anticipating this influx of innovative solutions, we examine three areas where these new technologies will potentially disrupt the healthcare sector.

Thought leadership

Technology advances in Healthcare to watch in 2023

Greater use of newer technologies from early adopters will be seen more in the coming days across all specialties for improved clinical outcomes and patient experience. The key will be to get the tech into the right hands.

Meet our experts

Broderick Jones

Global Head of Life Science & Med Tech, Capgemini Invent
Broderick brings extensive Life Science and Healthcare experience to each client engagement with the goal of driving top-line growth and building capabilities for ongoing commercial success and cost management. His track record of developing high quality business strategies and transformation plans has driven unparalleled customer experience and internal operational excellence globally.

Emily Tower

Vice President, Global Connected Health Lead, Capgemini Invent
Entrepreneurially-charged executive with 17 years experience in growth strategies, business development, department leadership, and sales & marketing. Demonstrated success in healthcare marketing and sales with a track record of success managing through change, in both large and small organizations. Architect of high performing teams that deliver customer value and profitable growth.

Shilpashree S

Manager at Capgemini Invent
Research & Operations Professional with rich experience in successfully managing service delivery functions, leading integrated competitive intelligence & operations management along with tracking data, creating reports across pharma sector.