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Telemedicine the Future of Healthcare

Telemedicine is revolutionizing healthcare, by allowing patients access to medical professionals and medical advice at any time in any location. At the same time this is allowing practices to increase revenue. 

Telemedicine is the use of technology (primarily video conferencing) that enables remote healthcare. The medical professional will send an invite to the patient, and the patient can join from a computer or smartphone by following a link provided in the invite.

 

We live in an increasingly connected world, and telemedicine allows patients and doctors to connect more frequently. That means patients can ask more questions, doctors can provide more answers, which creates a stronger doctor patient relationship.

Telemedicine solutions also allows for multiple parties to join, like family in another state, or a specialist in a certain field. It also provides the ability to share out content such as test results or x-rays.

When looking to establish telemedicine solutions for patients it is important to ensure that the chosen solution complies with all HIPAA guidelines.

 

 

How can A.I. improve healthcare ?

How can A.I improve Healthcare ?

There is no secret that A.I will help improve healthcare treatment for all. This advancement in technology will also have an financial impact as well. Researchers expect by 2021 the industry investment for A.I healthcare to reach $6.6 billion and $150 billion by 2026.  Most of the research going into the AI healthcare industry is for surgery operations. 

When a lot of people hear A.I. in healthcare, many associate doctors being replaced by robots. However, this couldn’t be far from the truth. A.I will improve how doctors can access information particularly life-threatening data in a timely manner. Thus, improving predictable outcomes, speed of care and survival rate.Machine learinng will allow for computer s to make decision with little to no human interaction witch allow the care providers to focus on bigger problems. 

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