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Ada Health's Global Health Initiative advances its mission to make quality, personalized care a reality for everyone by adding Swahili and Romanian.
Here are three significant ways in which virtual reality has left its mark on our healthcare systems.
The use of virtual reality in mental health care is growing. It offers new ways to approach both diagnosis and treatment of certain disorders.
Studies demonstrate the potential benefit of virtual reality (VR) for pain management. The hope is that VR will be a viable alternative for opioids for some patients.
The makers of Learjet collect data & program what is learned about critical system failures in order to improve flight safety. Healthcare should do the same.
Instead of competing with AI, many health professionals predict that they will work with it, similar to how the autopilot feature is used in aviation — it did not replace the job of pilots but enhanced it.
Many health professionals are stuck using clunky, out-of-date medical software solutions tempting them to bypass hospital systems & use unsecured social media platforms instead. The convergence of two new technologies, artificial intelligence & blockchain promise to bring medical data management into the modern age.
While technological disruption may have gotten the healthcare industry into this mess, it could also be the very thing that delivers the industry from it.
Some believe robotic surgery is the future of surgical healthcare, but others think it is a costly way to achieve the same results as other types of surgery.
Here are 6 AI-based healthcare tools that are effectively playing a suggestion-making role that enhances human efforts. It remains to be seen if such tools will play a decision-making role in the future.
Is medicine (and the greater world) entering a new dawn of artificial intelligence and technology? If so, will these AI technologies only assist doctors or will they replace physician in some tasks?
Virtual reality and 3D imaging are helping physicians better prepare for surgeries, explain diagnoses to patients, and train for their profession.