Are you allowing MedTech and AI in your life? The Digital Health Tech Boom is here to stay and you do not want to get caught behind!
The following are to 10 technological advancements in healthcare that have emerged over the last ten years.
- The electronic health records
- Mobile Health
- Portal technology
- Pharmacogenomics/genome sequencing
- Remote monitoring tools
- Sensors and wearable technology
- Wireless communication
- Real-time locating services
- Self-service kiosks
Are you ready to embrace the personalized medicine approach to better a healthier higher version of yourself? Or are you going to avoid change until you have no other choice? Let’s continue on to why you should consider this new and positive change.
“Health technology is defined by the World Health Organization as the application of organized knowledge and skills in the form of devices, medicines, vaccines, procedures, and systems developed to solve a health problem and improve quality of lives.” This includes the pharmaceuticals, devices, procedures, organizational systems used in health care, and computer-supported information systems. In the United States, these technologies involve standardized physical objects as well as traditional and designed social means and methods to treat or care for patients. Source Wikipedia.
Peer to Peer and Blockchain technology has been utilized by Jibe Health Services in order to better predict the reimbursements to providers based on logic from claims ratios, remote monitoring tools, and portal technologies. In this article, published on July 19, 2016, we helped analyze through our Insuretech health tech platforms in the Substance Abuse and Behavioral Health – Front Line Intel Helping them Drive Better Decisions. View articles
Stressfreehealthoptions.com used its Artificial Intelligence and blockchain integrations with CMS/HHS to provide consumers with a platform that matches health insurance shoppers seeking a subsidy based plan.
Search Healthcare Technology and Google says…
“Healthcare organizations are prioritizing the use of technology to optimize the delivery of care. Technology-enabled healthcare — specifically virtual care — will continue to evolve in 2018 to meet current and future needs of healthcare organizations, providers, patients, and members. Mar 6, 2018”
- “Technology, Health”. World Health Organization. Retrieved 20 March 2015.
- ^ INAHTA (International Network of Agencies for Health Technology Assessment). (June 8, 2009). “HTA glossary”. INAHTA. Archived from the original on May 26, 2009.
- ^ Ubokudom, Sunday (2012). United States Health Care Policymaking: Ideological, Social and Cultural Differences and Major Influences. New York: Springer Science+Business Media, LLC. p. 109. ISBN 9781461431688.