The virtual health revolution has been prevalent over the last few years, especially fueled by generation-shifting events such as the Covid-19 pandemic. Now, more than ever before, healthcare leaders, organizations, and policy makers are seeing the value of virtual health, both with regards to patient convenience and experience, and the c
The virtual health revolution has been prevalent over the last few years, especially fueled by generation-shifting events such as the Covid-19 pandemic. Now, more than ever before, healthcare leaders, organizations, and policy makers are seeing the value of virtual health, both with regards to patient convenience and experience, and the cost savings that virtual health can potentially provide on a systemic level.
While many healthcare providers have made moves to standardize their data, in part because of federal regulations, one vertical that often gets left out of the greater healthcare conversation is dental, which has yet to fully standardize its data.
More data affords companies more opportunities to leverage for business insights and revenue generation. If mismanaged, a data glut puts organizations at risk to bad actors, which can lead to potential compliance violations. After all, healthcare systems are custodians of sensitive patient data.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has been the promise of healthcare for nearly a decade, but the industry has yet to adopt it widely. Applications of AI in arguably more difficult domains, such as search, language and image recognition, have seen massive success over the past decade.
Technology and medicine have gone hand and hand for many years. Consistent advances in pharmaceuticals and the medical field have saved millions of lives and improved many others. As the years pass by and technology continues to improve, there is no telling what medical advances will come next. Here we have rounded up the top 10 new medical technologies in 2022.
While the healthcare industry’s digital transformation continues pushing forward — accelerated, in part, by growing adoption of telehealth — we’re also seeing the effects of a stronger digital foundation for the future of healthcare.
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the healthcare industry has seen the biggest transformation in the entire market, undergoing numerous changes and adapting to new conditions. Key healthcare future trends in 2022 have emerged surrounding the use of the healthcare tech industry that will continue to shape its future.