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Top 5 Trends in eHealth You Should Know About

The healthcare industry, although highly regulated, has been at the forefront of digital transformation. The aim here is to enhance the level of patient care and improve services by embracing innovation. As the industry has struggled to innovate internally, digital health startups raised as much as $11.5 billion in 2017.

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Medical Software Types and Examples

The past few years saw cutting-edge medical technology growing at a rapid-fire pace while completely revolutionizing the way people live and work. Apparently, the innovative technology solutions have made a substantial effect on how medical software addresses needs of all healthcare stakeholders.
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How Blockchain Technology Can Take eHealth App Development to the Next Level

You might have heard about Bitcoin and Blockchain over the past couple of years, but for the most part it might have been in relation to nefarious activities. As a result, blockchain technology in healthcare may come as a surprise.
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What It Takes To Build the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT)

Medicine has traditionally been evidence-based where patients are prescribed drugs or given treatment based on proven clinical research. The term “evidence-based medicine” or “EBM” was only coined in the early 90s, but the concept has existed for much longer.
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State of Telehealth in USA vs EU 2015

The idea of telemedicine (also known as telehealth) isn’t something new and it’s been around for many decades starting out in distant villages of Africa as a single way for patients to get any medical help at all. In the last 15 years telehealth has been successfully implemented in 12 countries.
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Virtual Reality As a Mental Health Therapy Platform

In healthcare, Virtual Reality (VR) is often referred to one of 3 types of systems: a VR environment presented on a flat screen, a head-mounted display and a room-based system such as CAVE. Although all three systems are very different, they have one common feature - the ability to introduce stereoscopic depth that creates the illusion that all objects we see exist in a virtual space.
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How Virtual Reality Is Used in Telemedicine

Virtual Reality (VR) in healthcare is expected to reach a market value of $3.8 billion by 2020. So the value of this technology and the resulting demand is hardly a surprise.

How Technology Is Changing Health and Wellness

American health is declining.

The State of Mobile Health Apps in 2018

Technological innovations have changed every industry imaginable and healthcare isn’t any different.

How Blockchain Technology Can Take eHealth App Development to the Next Level

You might have heard about Bitcoin and Blockchain over the past couple of years, but for the most part it might have been in relation to nefarious activities.

What It Takes To Build the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT)

Medicine has traditionally been evidence-based where patients are prescribed drugs or given treatment based on proven clinical research.

Medical Software Types and Examples

The past few years saw cutting-edge medical technology growing at a rapid-fire pace while completely revolutionizing the way people live and work.

State of Telehealth in USA vs EU 2015

The idea of telemedicine (also known as telehealth) isn’t something new and it’s been around for many decades starting out in distant villages of Africa as a single way for patients to get any medical help at all.

Virtual Reality As a Mental Health Therapy Platform

In healthcare, Virtual Reality (VR) is often referred to one of 3 types of systems: a VR environment presented on a flat screen, a head-mounted display and a room-based system such as CAVE.

How AI Chatbots Will Be Your Doctor In the Future

Although it’s often called a new technology, chatbots are really nothing new.

Interview with CEO and Founder of Video Medicine, Inc.

We've talked to our long-standing business partner and founder of Video Medicine.
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