1.00 Indian rupee ₹ Top 10 Technologies That Will Impact Healthcare in Future Mumbai

Published date: March 4, 2020
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Top 10 Technologies That Will Impact Healthcare in Future

There has been an acute shortage of skilled professionals in healthcare and the gap continues to grow. The WHO estimates that about 4.3 million physicians, nurses and other health professionals are required to fill the gap globally. In a scenario such as this, healthcare personnel will need the help of technology to keep up with the increasing demand for medical care. Thankfully, new technologies are emerging and evolving to aid skilled healthcare workers to serve patients in better ways. Here are a few that promise to impact healthcare in the future:

1. Artificial Intelligence (AI)
AI can process medical records, analyze medical tests, predict healthcare diagnoses, design treatment plans for conditions or help predict and create drugs faster than healthcare professionals. Consumer health applications are already using AI to help people manage a healthy lifestyle through monitoring equipment and sensor based medical devices. In India, AI in the healthcare space is expected to be worth about INR 431 billion by the year 2012 and may reach a doctor-patient ratio of 6.9:1,000 by 2023.

2. Virtual Reality (VR)
Medical training, medical care, disease awareness, and medical campaigns have already found a use for VR technologies. Medical students can view the human body from various angles and are being trained to perform surgical procedures using VR. VR is also being used to treat victims of stroke, in psychiatry, pain management, physical therapy, and telemedicine support.

3. Augmented Reality (AR)
The difference between VR and AR lies in the fact that patients don’t lose touch with reality and AR puts information into eyesight quickly. Surgeons and medical students can use it to prepare themselves well for real-life operations. It can improve access to surgery, medical care, help in medical training, lower healthcare costs, assist physicians, empower patients to self-diagnose, and help enhance psychotherapy and physiotherapy.

4. Healthcare Trackers, Wearables and Sensors
Self-health tracking is catching on as a trend in the healthcare industry, and tech applications, wearable devices, and sensors are allowing people to monitor and manage their health like never before. Data tracked by these devices can further be used by physicians to diagnose and treat patients better. Physicians and nurses can use wearables to monitor patients at regular intervals to increase efficiency and lower time to get health data. The FDA in 2017 approved a pill with a sensor, the first of its kind that can track whether patients have swallowed it. The sensor transmits information to a mobile app via a wearable patch.

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