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Ways in Which Technology is Improving Healthcare

The healthcare industry is lagging in technological advancements compared to other industries due to its sensitivity. Healthcare involves real human life, and as we know, life is sacred; hence uttermost keenness and accuracy are needed when dealing with it. However, over time, various regulations have been put in place so that doctors can try various technological advancements in healthcare, but with caution.

Moreover, the world population is growing, and there is a need for improved healthcare services, based on the latest technology, lest health workers get overwhelmed by their duties. For instance, RCM In Medical Billing can help enhance revenue management in a timely and accurate way.

Here are some ways in which technology has helped in improving medical care all over the world:

● Software

World Health Organization (WHO) and other research centers can use specific software to classify diseases, their causes, and symptoms into a database that has more than 10,000 individual codes. Such information helps physicians from all over the world to track and manage diseases before they hit hard on humanity. That is what happened in the case of COVID-19 as Coronavirus was not a new thing to WHO, and the doctors could predict it's pattern, thereby saving millions of lives across the world. Though there are deaths, the numbers would have been overwhelming if there wasn't technology or any information shared about the virus. 

● Artificial Intelligence (AI)

AI is not widely used across the globe apart from developed countries with resources to come up with the technology. However, the healthcare industry will experience a significant milestone once AI is fully incorporated. AI can help in surgeries that require utter precision and accuracy. AI robotics can also help as caregivers to patients who are in high-isolation wards.

● DNA sequencing

The first full human DNA sequencing was not until in 2003, at a whopping cost of $3 billion. Well, it still stands as the most significant milestone in human medicine for the past 40 years. It is now possible for doctors to detect specific genes that are associated with acquired or hereditary diseases. For instance, a doctor can use gene therapy to identify such genes and replace them with healthy genes. DNA sequencing has also plaid a pivotal role in infertility treatment.

● Hospital’s Smartphones and Tablets

Advanced hospitals have equipped their physicians with either smartphones or tablets to improve their communication and relationship with patients. A doctor can access the patients' medical history just clicks away. Moreover, new apps have emerged that can help physicians across the globe share and access important information. Furthermore, tablets help to avoid cumbersome and human error due to data entry. Therefore, it prevents careless clinical mistakes, which saves the lives of many people, not as before.

● Safe Medical Procedures

Today, a doctor will open up someone's tummy after knowing what exactly he is going for. Technology has brought by ultrasound and X-rays, which enables physicians to examine internal body organs through scanning. Other than discovering medical conditions, doctors are also able to rule out medical problems hence put patients on the right treatment or medication.

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