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IoT: Changing the Dynamics of Healthcare for Good

The Internet of Things (IoT) is enhancing the overall experience of treatments for both patients and healthcare professionals alike. This is owing to better connectivity provided by IoT to analyze, manage and offer real-time results.  COVID-19 has changed the functioning of the healthcare industry and forced healthcare professionals to redesign the way of treating patients.…
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The six key trends driving the future of digital healthcare

In 2022, the rate of technological change is influencing every industry, and healthcare is no exception. During the past two years of COVID-19, the world learned to adapt quickly, ushering in the rise of telehealth services, medical apps, and platforms. These tools allowed doctors to fulfill their duty of saving lives while maintaining a safe…
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Leveraging Technology To Enable Human Connections In Healthcare

COVID-19 amplified pain points for patients, providers and employees throughout the healthcare system. It has exposed gaps in supply chains, communications, clinician wellness and care delivery capabilities. The pandemic also illustrated more clearly than ever before the consequences of an environment in which providers and patients do not connect on a human level. Over the…
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How Web 3.0 Might Revolutionize Healthcare

When we first started experiencing the information-relaying power of the internet, there were no trust or centralization issues, simply because the underlying tech tools powering Web 1.0—SMTP and HTTP—were credibly neutral. These open-source protocols were incapable of censoring, controlling or misusing user trust. However, gigantic corporations soon realized that openness and lack of control over…
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3 Use Cases for Blockchain in Healthcare

Blockchain is a type of distribution ledger technology (DLT) that allows data to be stored and shared in a decentralized manner. In healthcare, data storage and sharing challenges are common because health information must be both protected to uphold privacy and interoperable to allow the exchange of data for authorized use, which can improve health…
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