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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. ¬

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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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HOW REMOTE MONITORING COULD IMPROVE HEALTHCARE

We are entering a new age for remote monitoring and telemedicine where we bring healthcare access to our patients in their own homes. Now more than ever, digital tools and remote monitoring technologies are becoming available to almost anyone, no matter where you live.

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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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VIRTUAL HEALTH CARE COULD SAVE THE U.S. BILLIONS EACH YEAR

The conventional wisdom that the best care is delivered in-person by experienced caregivers may soon be overturned. Rising health care costs, a shortage of physicians, and an aging population are making the traditional model of care increasingly unsustainable.

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IMPROVE HOSPITAL COMMUNICATION WITH A CLINICAL ALERTING SYSTEM

As hospitals grew bigger from multi-patient to single and double occupancy rooms, the medical staff often fail to provide the best care possible. The need for effective clinical communication became painfully evident.

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