Balancing the Systemic and the Individual with Healthcare Tech

Image Source: Pexels New technologies have fundamentally reshaped a host of industries, healthcare notwithstanding. Now, tools like data analytics have the power to bridge systemic and individual healthcare solutions to produce ideal results for patients and care facilities alike. Facing an ongoing pandemic, healthcare professionals need optimized platforms for data transparency and care efficiency. Fortunately,

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Why Is There a Slow Adoption of Telehealth Services for Mental Wellness?

Image Source: https://unsplash.com/photos/Rn53LU1plZo In virtually every facet of the healthcare system, patient care is constantly evolving, and providers must follow suit by adapting to the changing times. Improved patient care is based on a wide range of factors from technological advancements to public opinion, governmental policies and regulations, and behavioral dynamics. Another factor at play

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The Role Healthcare IT in Preventing Medical Fraud and Scams

Image Source: Unsplash (https://unsplash.com/photos/8RXmc8pLX_I) As an IT professional working in the healthcare sphere, it is imperative that you not only help to protect your organization but also your patients, especially when it comes to medical fraud. The sad fact is that the issue of medical fraud is a growing concern within the healthcare industry, with

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Technology Helping Mitigate Healthcare Burnout

Since the introduction of the COVID-19 pandemic, nearly 30% of physicians have reported feelings of burnout. The effects of burnout are dangerous for doctors and patients, so action must be taken to reduce the stress within the healthcare system so medical establishments can run smoothly and effectively. Luckily, evolving technology is providing doctors with many

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Can Technology Truly Replace Doctors?

Image Source: Pexels Technology continues to startle and astound as it breaks new ground. In healthcare, these technological advancements carry with them powerful implications for patients and care providers alike. But could technology go so far as to truly replace doctors? At least one big Silicon Valley investor thinks so. However, the field of healthcare

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