The Global Healthcare App Development Trends in the Future

The new watchwords for this year are patient-centered technology, smart healthcare, both within and outside hospital walls, and creative and cost-effective healthcare methods! And that is exactly what 2018 will deliver, a plethora of new trends and technology. Source: The Global Healthcare App Development Trends in the Future

Can Computer Models Select the Best Public Health Interventions for COVID-19?

Many associate XPrize with a $10-million award offered in 1996 to motivate a breakthrough in private space flight. But the organization has since held other competitions related to exploration, ecology, and education. And in November, they launched the Pandemic Response Challenge, which will culminate in a $500,000 award to be split between two teams that not only best […]

How Healthcare Industry can deal with Cyberattacks

Needless to say, one would definitely fall short of words when it comes to praising the healthcare sector for what it has been. Having said that, the role played by this sector especially in the global pandemic needs no special mention. Source: How Healthcare Industry can deal with Cyberattacks    

Artificial Intelligence in Health Care: Benefits and Challenges of Technologies to Augment Patient Care

What GAO Found Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools have shown promise for augmenting patient care in the following two areas: Clinical AI tools have shown promise in predicting health trajectories of patients, recommending treatments, guiding surgical care, monitoring patients, and supporting population health management (i.e., efforts to improve the health outcomes of a community). Source: Artificial […]

3 Barriers to Implementing Home-Based Healthcare

The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically shifted the ways in which patients access medical care. An Epic Health Research Network study found that between mid-March and mid-April, 2020, telemedicine appointments grew at a rate 300 times greater than during the same stretch of time in spring 2019. Source: 3 Barriers to Implementing Home-Based Healthcare

When AI in healthcare goes wrong, who is responsible?

Artificial intelligence can be used to diagnose cancer , predict suicide , and assist in surgery . In all these cases, studies suggest AI outperforms human doctors in set tasks. But when something does go wrong, who is responsible? Source: When AI in healthcare goes wrong, who is responsible?

Privacy, efficacy concerns are the biggest hurdles to digital health adoption

More people have used virtual visits, chatbots and other digital health tools since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. But what will it take for them to adopt these tools in the long run? According to a survey by Accenture, consumers listed the privacy and efficacy of digital health tools as their top two concerns. […]

Hospital stocktake pokes holes in Ministry of Health’s artificial intelligence vision

The national hospital stocktake has exposed flaws in the Ministry of Health’s vision of a future – in 2026 – where artificial intelligence machines keep tabs on people’s health through „smart“ home appliances, wearable devices, and implants in their bodies. (File image). Source: Hospital stocktake pokes holes in Ministry of Health’s artificial intelligence vision

Markt für pädiatrische Telemedizin: Ausführlicher Marktforschungsbericht 2020 bis 2027

Die Analysten von Insight Partners prognostizieren laut Bericht den neuesten Bericht über die Auswirkungen und Analysen des globalen Marktes für pädiatrische Telemedizin (Covid-19) bis 2027; Der Marktbericht für pädiatrische Telemedizin umfasst die allgemeine und umfassende Analyse des Marktes mit all seinen Faktoren, die sich auf das Marktwachstum auswirken. Source: Markt für pädiatrische Telemedizin: Ausführlicher Marktforschungsbericht […]