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Technology Trends To Shape Future HealthcareBy CIOAdvisor Apac | Tuesday, May 07, 2019
As technological advancements in healthcare evolve in the form of health tools, innovative health programs, analytic platforms and database systems, organizations willing to embrace these innovations are able to prosper in providing quality care and bringing productivity. Here are some health innovation trends that will impact the industry to resolve the industry related challenges and enhance care delivery.
Precision medicine: It is an emerging approach to treatment and prevention that takes into account individual variability in genes, environment, and lifestyle of each person. This will allow medical professionals to predict treatment and prevention strategies more accurately for particular diseases. This trend will greatly impact pharmaceutical research also. Precision medicine is anticipated to become more common in coming years, which is widely using in oncology already.
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Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI): The healthcare industry is growing prominence of AI applications. Innovations in robotic process automation, manual task automation, and deep learning are prominent AI driven activities which help the industry improve patient care. It has the ability to resolve the need for high-quality care and assist in decision making based on analytical programs, and medical information databases.
Care clinics: Care clinics are ideal for a large number of people because of their flexibility in appointments and affordable services, often defined before seeing the medical practitioner. It has a direct connection to pharmaceutical chains which offer the provision of purchasing prescriptions and other medical supplies. Care management, efficiency, and patient engagement are most in clinic care facilities.
Medical 3D printing: The widespread invention of inexpensive 3D printers are transforming healthcare by providing assistance with patient-specific surgical models, custom made prosthetics, personalized on-demand medicine, and 3D printed human tissue.
Improving patient care while remaining cost efficient is one of the significant challenges in the healthcare sector. The rapid advancement in technology can resolve this pain point effectively by presenting a variety of opportunities for providing enhanced patient care.