Diagnosis, and treatment
plans will be done through computers, used considering the empathetic support
by the medical personnel selected for their love to care personalities,
instead of their diagnostic abilities.
With the help of new,
latest and future technologies, the doctors will be better at their jobs – more
accurate, quicker and fact-based. Over time, physicians will relay more and
more on technology for diagnosis, triage and most of their tasks. due to that,
fewer physicians will be needed, and all patients will receive the best
Physicians are supposed
to consume that data, consider it within the latest medical findings and
studies and the patient history, and focus if there is something going wrong.
not only measure!
Most of physicians work
testing, checkups, diagnosis, behavior modification, and prescription passive
data collection, sensors and analytics can do it better than physicians.
80% of what doctors do will be replaced by technology.
The Impact Of Technology On
There are two directions
will have a significant impact on health care: robots and holographic printing.
Robots will be numerous, ranging from robot surgeon, microbicides robots and
other. “With the help of these devices, people with paralysis will be able
to move again,” according to Dr. Mesko. Holographic printing can be used
to make tissues with blood vessels, bones and artificial
4- Tissue repair could be able to reproduce a tissue or repair a damaged
3- Drug delivery vehicles.
1- Treating cancer by Gold Nano shells.
Nanotechnology works at
the Nano scale. Two forms of Nano are coming in the next few years, they will
be using gold Nano shells to help diagnose cancer in addition to treat it, and
use the liposomes as a vehicles to transport drugs. This technology has offered
the possibility of delivering transporting drugs to a specific cells using
the nanoparticles. The main possible uses for nanotechnology are:
The possibility of
mapping a person’s genetic map in the future at a lower cost than the blood
test, which gives us many information about allergies to medications, health
conditions and family history. Technology will also develop drugs through
computer simulations used to develop, control and even test pharmaceuticals and
interventions on models of hypothetical patients. Nanotechnology will act as
accurate delivery systems, cancer treatment tools and small surgery. Scientists
are testing very small robots that can swim in the blood and reach the point.
The Trekorder is a
doctors’ dream, a handheld scanner used to self-diagnose medical cases within
seconds and to take basic biometrics. Today, this device remains elusive
despite the appearance of some similar devices. However, with its invention,
“we will be able to see microscopic microbes through the smartphone and
analyze some samples through images. Sensors can also pick up DNA abnormalities
or detect antibodies and specific proteins.
On the other hand,
today’s wearable devices are used as “modern” things for teenagers,
but for health care workers they will be a precious treasure trove of data.
These devices, specifically for tracking health care, will enable doctors and
patients alike to: monitor and regulate their weight, stress level, sleep hours
and fitness level.
Virtual reality and
enhanced reality will be a major boost in the future of health care. Doctors
will be able to perform operations through virtual reality remotely. Not only
that, Embodied Labs has developed a virtual reality technique that enables
young doctors to test the feeling of older patients with visual and auditory
disabilities in order to improve the way patients are treated. In terms of
enhanced reality, this technology will help medical students to experience
operations effectively and will help doctors improve their skills.
Going back to its
benefits, This helps to develop doctors’ skills, reduce their professional
errors and speed up patient rescue, because cooperation between technology
giants and medical centers produces a scientific basis for early diagnosis and
to network hackers: Patients medical reports history and other information related to the
healthcare institution must be kept safe for legal, ethical and privacy
reasons. Even if the healthcare system is well equipped with security measures,
its still possible for hackers to hack the network.
on technology: Once the staff have
adapted to the new technologies and their new way of work, the problems come
starting with computer system that faces technical errors, the healthcare
system is not exception and such these errors may occur. different departments
in a healthcare institution are interconnected with a common informatics
system, when a department has an error, others will be affected.
The continuously improved
technologies definitely comes expensive, due to that not all the
population can get access to these health services.
In addition to that new
technologies is beneficial, it also has disadvantages and negative affects. For
Technology has shortened
time and effort and developed medicine with very large and unpredictable
developments, regardless of material cost. . The enormous technological changes
in the field of medicine and healthcare are moving steadily towards us,
benefiting a large segment of people: patients, doctors, researchers and
medical students, and will have a great impact on society.
The Use Of Technology Within
With tremendous speed, technology has changed all aspects of
traditional life. All sectors, without exception, are subject to radical
changes driven by technological development towards a “smart” digital
future. The healthcare sector is one of the fastest-changing sectors.
Artificial intelligence, robots, virtual reality and many other technologies
will play an important role in changing the face of health care soon. In his
book “Top 10 Trends in the Future of Health Care”, Dr. Bertalan
Mesko, MD, a PhD in futuristic medicine, analyzes the most important
technologies that will change the healthcare sector. He offers a simplified
presentation of the most prominent of these techniques, ranging from:
artificial intelligence, virtual reality and enhanced reality, wearable
devices, medical tricorder, genome sequence, evolution of drugs,
nanotechnology, robots to 3D printing.