As the adoption of telemedicine continues to grow dramatically, even as the healthcare and health insurance industries prepare for months of COVID-19 treatment and vaccination programs, the crossroads of the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT for patient monitoring and chronic care management) and the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) are becoming more promising than ever.
In the face of tremendous sadness, uncertainty and loss, innovators are coming together to work as hard and fast as they can to address the challenges associated with the global pandemic. With the advent of vaccines, there is an end in sight.
My mom is legally blind, and as a result I have been studying new technologies that are literally helping the blind to see.
Recently, I took my mom to an appointment to eSight. Her condition? Retinal detachment on right and diminished vision on left.
Caring for our aging parents and others who wish to remain independent and live at home is becoming easier with new approaches that combine mobile applications with caregiving solutions.
With the rapid evolution of the health care industry, health care delivery organizations – whether medical clinics, hospitals, or insurance companies – are constantly looking for innovative solutions to meet economic and operational challenges.