Making data accessible through tech miniaturisation When a medical device or technology is worn by or implanted in a patient, building it in the right size and shape is crucial for its effectiveness and comfort. The technology has to be tiny enough to be implanted, or the right size to be held by the patient and the physician and minimally invasive to reduce patient trauma. One of the main reasons to make medical devices smaller and introduce IOT application in healthcare is also because they are being designed for mobile apps which need integration of wireless tech. It may not seem obvious as to what's exactly happening inside your heart, and irregular heartbeats may come and go only to have severe complications after a while. But when your doctor has access to the correct information through an Insertable Cardiac Monitor and the heart rate is kept in check through an Implantable Cardiac Defibrillator which is connected to an application where all data is recorded - a heart condition is manageable, a life is saved, and there is no room for uncertainty.