The latest trends in Digital healthcare casts itself as a tour de force in the medical sector. While we are fast approaching a world where teleconsultations are no less commonplace than online shopping, the challenges faced by the field today makes it an uphill task for companies as well as customers.
In this blog, we look at the biggest hurdles in telehealth solutions, keeping in mind that to gather the momentum to leap past, we must first prepare, indeed , by taking a few steps back.Read more
With the many advantages that edge computing brings to the table, including faster processing time for data, non-reliance on bandwidth availability, and network reliability – all of which can save a life in a field where every second of response time counts – edge computing has proven to have the power to completely transform the way the healthcare industry functions.
In this blog, we take a look at how it works, what its use cases are in healthcare, and how we can overcome the challenges ahead.Read more
Digital disruption has invariably affected the health insurance industry. Various players in the industry are now leveraging the latest digital technologies such as Artificial intelligence (AI), Big Data Analytics, and the Internet of Things to improve their offerings overall. As predicted by Accenture, the majority of insurance executives believe that artificial intelligence (AI) will significantly transform the industry, and McKinsey estimates that the potential total annual value of the AI and Analytics industry will be $1.1 trillion if it is applied to its full potential in the Insurance domain.Read more
Technology is changing the way data is collected, stored, managed, visualized, and utilized in the healthcare sector. This access to data & analytics has caused many notable changes in the way the healthcare sector operates by opening up new avenues for the accuracy of diagnosis, prevention of disease, tracking the effectiveness of treatment, and providing safe medications. Read on to learn more about how data analytics is transforming healthcare.Read more
Healthcare privacy is a complex issue. There is a delicate balance between keeping patient data private and sharing it between medical professionals to improve the care needs of patients. The introduction of PCM/ EHR systems in medical institutions have also renewed the call for stronger healthcare privacy laws around the world. Let’s take a comprehensive look at what patient privacy means, why it’s important, and what governments world-over are doing to protect their citizens.Read more
A recent article published by New York Times claimed that a deep learning algorithm was able to screen for lung cancer with 94% accuracy. The system was even able to match and sometimes even beat, 6 expert radiologists who were part of the study. This news might sound sensationalist for most outsiders, but for people […]Read more