The Internet of Things is a wide technology category that includes connected devices working together as a system to deliver data within an application. The data is associated with an analytics or decision support engine enabling an actionable outcome. Hence, the IoT is a two-way system, in which the data collected from the system at different points is sent to an aggregation platform, where enabling of applications and transmission of data back to the device endpoints takes place. In healthcare market, there is an increasing demand for analysis, aggregation, data collection, and two-way feedback to assist in increasing provider productivity and to improve quality of care. This ability can also help in cost savings from the substitution of a digital system for manual systems to collect and analyze healthcare data. These applications in healthcare can take the form of patient monitoring, diagnostic assessment and therapeutic medication delivery and often play a role in treatment.