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Kayla Matthews

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Kayla Matthews is a journalist and MedTech writer who has been writing about technology for nearly a decade, which has helped her gain a new perspective on various innovations across the healthcare industry.

After graduating Summa Cum Laude from Shippensburg University with a B.A. in English, her journey led her to discover a passion for writing paired with an interest in cutting-edge tech, which is when she started blogging.

Since then, she's been recognized as IBM's 2018 THINK Conference VIP Influencer and has showcased new medical discoveries via Medical Economics, HIT Consultant, Digital Trends, VentureBeat, Inc.com,  The Healthcare Guys and more. Her pieces have discussed a variety of medtech topics, from devices and trending gadgets to how healthcare fraud is affecting medical professionals.

To read more medical and tech news articles by Kayla, check out her website Productivity Bytes or follow her on Twitter @KaylaEMatthews.

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Technologies That Will Transform Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment

These new technologies won't cure cancer but they will improve diagnosis, treatment and the quality of life of people living with cancer.
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How Chatbots are Helping in Healthcare

Chatbots are playing an increasingly important roles in healthcare. But comprehensive chatbot systems are needed to benefit patients more broadly.
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Predicting and Preventing Infectious Diseases With IoT

IoT can also have significant benefits for communities and entire nations if used to control or monitor the spread of infectious diseases.
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How Virtual Reality is Improving Care for Mental Health Disorders

The use of virtual reality in mental health care is growing. It offers new ways to approach both diagnosis and treatment of certain disorders.
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Could Biohacking Transform Health Tech as We Know It?

Biohacking is an umbrella of techniques where citizen scientists experiment using a variety of techniques previously used only in organized research settings. Is it beneficial? Or dangerous?