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How emerging technology is re-inventing the medical profession


Healthcare is undoubtedly one of the most crucial sectors for any nation, and obviously a matter for governmental and the private sector's focus. The healthcare system is tasked to ensure that society stays healthy at a reasonable expense. The way healthcare organisations are managed impacts the professional growth and satisfaction of doctors, nurses, counsellors and other healthcare professionals. Yet healthcare is often under resourced; can innovations within the industry reduce costs and improve outcomes? Emerging technology is completely transforming the business models of hospitals and health providers, changing the work of care professionals forever.

What is Health 4.0?


The legacy healthcare market has been historically tied to physical appointments, manual examinations, and treatment protocols completely dependent on human involvement. The industry has been rapidly evolving in the need to adopt more effective approaches driven by modern technology, and COVID-19 propelled this evolution as healthcare institutions had to limit in-person contact with their patients. Now comes Health 4.0 - a tech-driven concept that transforms the traditional healthcare industry as we know it. Let's start with the basics. Health 4.0 is a newly coined concept that is developed from Industry 4.0., which represents the fourth manufacturing revolution.

5 Mobile Health Trends to Expect In 2018!


Innovation and the use of new technologies have changed industries tremendously. As the world becomes progressively interconnected, adoption of technology has become the defining factor for the modern healthcare environment. With digital transformation becoming a big part of the healthcare industry, individuals can live healthier lives. Many modern technologies have already solved challenges regarding patient monitoring, patient-to-doctor communication, data management, medication adherence, etc. All these have only been possible with the effective use mHealth technologies.

Top 10 Healthcare Industry Trends & Innovations in 2021


Healthcare industry trends that we witness today are new technologies and solutions that address the requirements for clinical diagnosis, treatment, and disease management. The global COVID-19 pandemic led to an upsurge in technologies for disinfecting, limiting transmission, detecting disease spread, as well as for treatment, patient management, and immunization. The advancements in the healthcare industry range from e-consultations, telemedicine, real-time diagnosis to accessing digital therapeutics provided by immersion technology tools. Genetic analysis, clinical data storage, and big data & analytics enable the development of precision medicine. The adoption of artificial intelligence (AI), the internet of things (IoT), and data management practices is making hospitals smarter. These solutions enhance workflows and staff scheduling and provide connected infrastructure, devices, and systems to accelerate accurate and equitable clinical services. For this in-depth research on the Top Healthcare Industry Trends & Startups, we analyzed a sample of 3.622 global startups and scaleups.

Applications of Machine Learning in Healthcare and the Rise of mHealth - DZone AI


The healthcare space is growing by leaps and bounds. According to a report, global healthcare expenditure is expected to reach USD 10 trillion by 2022. Owing to multiple factors like technological advancements, expensive infrastructure, growing health-related awareness, and a rise in chronic health conditions, the healthcare market is evolving faster than ever. With time, the use of technology has brought structural changes to the healthcare industry, for the better. Whether it's managing endless administrative processes in hospitals, providing personalized care and treatment, or facilitating better access, technological advancements like mobile healthcare, also known as mHealth, and machine learning in healthcare have streamlined the healthcare sector to a great extent.