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HEALTHCARE BLOCKCHAIN IS POISED TO TRANSFORM PATIENT CARE

Healthcare blockchain technology has the potential to transform patient care, observed Bill Frist, a heart and lung transplant surgeon, former Senate majority leader, and chairman of the executive council of the health service investment firm Cressey & Company. Â

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AI IN HEALTHCARE: HUMAN TOUCH STILL MATTERS!

Remember the sci-fi film ‘Prometheus’? A robot was seen performing surgeries without human control, in this 2012 release movie. While that may be a bit far-fetched, artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare is there to make its presence felt.

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MOBILE TECHNOLOGY: A BLESSING OR A CURSE FOR DOCTORS?

It is the double-edged sword of the modern era: the mobile technology available to healthcare providers today can help them to swiftly slash through many of their daily tasks, from documentation to direct patient care. For that reason, smartphones now go hand in hand with stethoscopes.

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SMART PATIENT ROOMS: HOW CONNECTED HEALTHCARE TECHNOLOGY HELPS DOCTORS AND PATIENTS THRIVE

The patient experience in healthcare is going digital — and so are hospital rooms. From using digital signage and smart TVs to better engage and educate patients, to retrieving lab results via the (EHR), hospitals are using technology to create a connected healthcare system in what we call “smart patient rooms.”

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INTEGRATION OF TECHNOLOGY IN HEALTHCARE

In modern healthcare, constantly-updated policies, insurance restrictions and physician/patient interaction compel the direction of treatment, and little room is left for error in each process.

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INFUSING TECHNOLOGY INTO CLINICAL DECISION MAKING!

In healthcare, patients’ data is scattered across multiple systems and not well integrated. As a result, there is poor visibility into hospital performance and, hence, difficult to foretell future demand and resource availability. Medical practitioners make critical operational decisions everyday based on gut feelings. Â

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