Healthcare and medicine are one of the largest sectors of our economy but many people are not aware of the future of healthcare, especially in the context of digital technologies. As the baby boomer generation ages, we will face unprecedented challenges in the quality and safety of our healthcare system. We already know that the rate of mortality is increasing and the quality of medical services is declining. Although technology has made it possible to treat some of the problems, the most pressing issues will be dealt with as healthcare costs continue to rise.
The Development Of AI
One promising breakthrough that has the potential to transform the landscape of healthcare is the development of artificial intelligence. This technology allows doctors and other health care providers to make better decisions based on real time data from real people. By using special equipment, augmented reality can provide patients with a virtual view of their bodies so that they can see themselves at different angles and learn more about their condition. Ultimately, a great deal of expense can be saved when data is fed directly into the cloud where it can be accessed by any provider at any time.
The value of the technology is not in the applications that it makes available, but in the applications that are created for it. The developers of the technology developed smart contract protocols that enable organizations to connect healthcare professionals and healthcare devices such as X-rays and robots directly. With the collaboration of healthcare … READ MORE ...Read More