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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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HEALTHCARE APPS BRINGING DOCTORS AND PATIENTS CLOSER!

Do you remember the last time your physician made a house call? Well, for whatever reason, it seems that the days of a doctor visiting a patient at home are gone. But with smartphones and innovations taking place in the healthcare industry, monitoring your health is no longer bound to a doctor’s office.

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INCREASE DOCTOR-PATIENT FACE-TIME WITH AI

We’re experiencing an explosion in artificial intelligence (AI) technologies. Doctors, data scientists, and patients; everyone is talking about it and wants to know how it can help improve healthcare outcomes. For patients, however, the word AI still seems from Jetson’s cartoon or a science fiction novel.

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SWITCH TO EHR FOR IMPROVED PATIENT CARE

Healthcare innovations have had a positive effect on patient care. Among these advances is the use of computers to track patient records and manage care, thereby improving healthcare facility.

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IMPROVE HEALTHCARE RESULTS WITH PATIENT ENGAGEMENT

There was a common perception that doctors are solely responsible for taking care of patients until a few years back. But now, an increasing number of physicians are figuring out ways to help patients take care of themselves and stay healthy.

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