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Future of Telehealth: What are Telehealth Future Trends?

Future of Telehealth: What are Telehealth Future Trends?

To make quality healthcare accessible and affordable, any country has to build a nationwide infrastructure for preventive, promotive, and curative health systems and services. It becomes increasingly difficult for any Government or economy to make doctor consultation, diagnosis, treatment, medicine, and other allied services accessible to every household or corner of the country.  Most economies have their healthcare delivery institutions stretched by patient inflow. This can get further overwhelming if every patient ends up visiting healthcare facilities. In the past few decades, and especially in the post-pandemic world, telehealth has emerged as the single biggest answer to multiple challenges faced
How Does An EHR Improve Patient Care?

How Does An EHR Improve Patient Care?

With electronic health records, the healthcare industry has undergone a massive change in the last few decades. Now patients’ files have made a transition from papers to computers successfully. It has emerged as a breakthrough tool. Today providers are empowered to navigate to future success all by receiving valuable insights from EHR solutions. These insights are vital to understanding complex diseases and evaluating better treatment options. As per a recent survey, 75% of healthcare providers reported that ehr empowers them to improve patient care. Besides, 88% of those surveyed responded that EHR also enables them to achieve significant benefits for
Key Benefits of Cloud Computing in Healthcare – KareXpert

Key Benefits of Cloud Computing in Healthcare – KareXpert

Turning to cloud computing allows healthcare companies to make the most out of patients’ data. Cloud computing in the healthcare industry evolves IT infrastructure by reducing huge investments in legacy systems and modernizing database recovery, data backup, and data hosting processes.  According to a recent report, cloud computing in the health sector is expected to exceed USD 64.7 bn by 2025. What is Cloud Computing in Healthcare?  Cloud computing can be defined as the on-demand availability of IT resources over the internet. It provides the opportunity to access all your systems, servers, and software from anywhere. Contrary to traditional ways
Ai in Healthcare: How is Artificial Intelligence impacting Future of Healthcare?

Ai in Healthcare: How is Artificial Intelligence impacting Future of Healthcare?

Artificial Intelligence or AI is a new and evolving technology domain. AI essentially refers to the class of technology wherein machines can learn from experience like humans and apply the learning to perform human-like tasks. While still at its nascent stage, the technology is already making waves in various sectors including healthcare. In the last decade or two, the healthcare space has tremendously leveraged technologies to achieve more accurate treatment outcomes while making the business sustainable and viable. AI is one of the technologies that have the potential for unprecedented applications in the sector.   AI in healthcare is the broad
What is IoT in healthcare: Application & Software in healthcare IoT

What is IoT in healthcare: Application & Software in healthcare IoT

According to the latest report, the global IoT in healthcare market is projected to grow at a rate of 19.8% from $60.83 bn in 2019 to $260.75 bn in 2027. But before the emergence of IoT, patients’ conversations with physicians were limited to in-person visits and other modes of communication, for instance, text and tele mode of communications. There was no alternative to monitor patients’ health status on a continuous basis and recommend medicines and lifestyle changes accordingly. IoT has led to the widespread adoption of devices that enables physicians to track and monitor patients adherence to medicines and daily
Home Health Software Benefits for Patients

Home Health Software Benefits for Patients

Best home health care software entails capabilities to deliver healthcare services that can be given at your home for injury or illness. It is cost-effective, and patients experience the same level of care which they receive from clinics or hospitals. The transition to more effectiveness in healthcare services is underway by leveraging the benefits of integrated healthcare systems. This has not only made home healthcare effective, but it has also improved patient care. With this, caregivers have the right technologies to monitor patient vitals, access patient records and streamline appointment and scheduling processes. This has reduced the gap in order