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EHEALTH IS THERE TO REPRESS HEALTHCARE CHALLENGES!

The world turns to advanced digital technology, but the healthcare industry still lags behind. eHealth will make access to quality healthcare services for everyone. So what exactly is eHealth and why should we integrate it into the healthcare system?

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DIGITIZING HEALTHCARE – 3 WAYS TECHNOLOGY IS IMPROVING MEDICAL CARE

Over the years, technology has become an integral part of our everyday lives. Whether it’s the way you shop, travel or communicates with friends, technology is transforming the way we behave. Take healthcare, for example. Digital innovations are revolutionizing the industry.

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THE RISE OF AI – YOUR FUTURE DOCTOR MAY NOT BE HUMAN

Imagine a robotic physician that looks like Wall-E standing beside your hospital bed and his metal fingers operating on your heart. Will you be filled with dread or hope? Well, it may sound far-fetched, but artificial intelligence (AI) has already made its way into hospitals and is changing the future of healthcare.

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Design Thinking is Improving the Patient Experience

Technological advancements tend to grab the headlines in healthcare. Telemedicine, mHealth, electronic health records are playing a transformative force in the healthcare industry. Another innovation is the use of design thinking in health delivery.

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Digital Transformation in Healthcare – Meet the Mastermind

You must be familiar with voice assistants like Siri and Alexa, which use artificial intelligence to respond to basic queries and command. This new technology is reshaping the healthcare world. Digital technology lets researchers and physicians focus more mental energy on patient care. Artificial intelligence is predicted to take this to the next level.

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Impact of Surgical Improvements on Patient Safety

In 1999, the U.S. Institute of Medicine (IOM) released a report, according to which more than 90,000 people die in hospitals each year. The reason behind these deaths was considered to be medical errors. As a result, patient safety received a great deal of attention.

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