An unprecedented rise in the health-tech startups illustrates that technology is capable of bridging the gap between quality healthcare and its growing demand. Increased funding is due to increased internet penetration, rise in digital payments and big-ticket government initiatives.
Countries are in a race to develop contact tracing mobile apps to combat the novel coronavirus spread. This has resulted in a widespread privacy debate over potential security concerns that come along with these apps.
As the world is vehemently grappling with the coronavirus outbreak, technologies such as AI, Cloud and Analytics are being effectively leveraged across the globe to arrest the spread. However, this massive collection of data also invites a debate on existing data-security guidelines and privacy-infringement laws.
The development of a vaccine for COVID-19 is progressing at a frantic pace, much faster than that for any other disease in history. Innovative methods and new technologies are being adopted.
Nations need to invest in healthcare and build social and public healthcare infrastructure to be prepared for epidemics like Corona Virus.
Healthcare industry is witnessing an advent of tranforming digital technologies such as cloud, IoT, blockchain, and AI. But are the stakeholders ready to embrace this powerful wave of digitization?
AR & VR has widespread applications in diagnosis and providing quality healthcare to consumers. But the technology is still in a nascent stage.
The use of ultrasound systems for medical imaging is widespread since decades for a variety of medical applications. These imaging solutions are of perennial importance for achieving accurate diagnosis and helping reach the most appropriate treatment regime and hence enhancing…
More scientific and medical papers are being published now than ever before bringing a tsunami of information to healthcare professional across the globe. The landscape of medical technology is changing rapidly. Thanks to the digital world there is a tectonic…