Thank you for Subscribing to Life Science Review Weekly Brief
On-demand care is becoming more popular. When we talk about 'on-demand healthcare,' we're talking about people who can consult doctors whenever, wherever they choose.
FREMONT, CA: Emerging technologies that provide a company with digital foundation and competitive advantage are the main driving forces behind digital transformation. Artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain, cloud, and virtual reality are among them. Embracing these technologies will also allow biopharma companies to develop new goods and services, improve consumer engagement, and streamline procedures. Here are four healthcare digital transformation trends:
Alternative to Medicines:
Virtual Reality (VR) is being employed in a variety of medical settings. This technology is being utilized to treat pain, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, and stroke, which is considered a safer and more efficient alternative to medicines. Furthermore, surgeons and residents employ virtual-reality simulations to refine their skills or plan intricate treatments. Furthermore, virtual reality headsets are being used to assist youngsters with autism in learning how to navigate the world.
On-demand care is becoming more popular. When we talk about 'on-demand healthcare,' we're talking about people who can consult doctors whenever, wherever they choose. It is proving to be effective, particularly for people with chronic diseases or other non-life-threatening illnesses.
In addition, consumers can now receive treatment via video conversations because of substantial advancements in telemedicine and communication networks.
The continuing COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated the importance of being prepared for everything. Predictive analytics aids in delivering forewarnings about potential events before they occur. The method aids in determining whether diseases are likely to become serious problems in the near future, the state of a patient, admission rates, and assisting hospitals in properly staffing their facilities, among other things. As a result, predictive analytics in healthcare can assist doctors or healthcare professionals in responding to changes as early as feasible.
Most individuals used to get a physical examination or a health check-up once a year when something went wrong. On the other hand, people are putting a greater emphasis on prevention and, as a result, are requesting more information about their health. As a result, healthcare organizations invest in wearable technology devices to track and collect patient data in real time. It can keep track of high-risk patients and alert them to the probability of a severe health problem.