healthcare Tag

The governments and hospitals across the world are in a crisis with the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. With all the healthcare systems trying to handle the situation, one important group of patients to be taken care of are those who do not have the coronavirus disease but still need access to healthcare to function in everyday life.   Timothy Hoff is a professor of Management, Healthcare...

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The United States has the third- highest number of confirmed cases behind China and Italy. The number of deaths caused by the novel coronavirus in the U.S. rose to 1,031 with 68,572 confirmed cases is expected to reach far beyond the nation’s hospital capacity. Thus, it is a necessity now for healthcare workers to adopt new strategies to maximise efficiency while ensuring that patients receive...

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With the ongoing havoc due to COVID-19 over the world and the rapid increase in cases across the European continent, the EU officials have taken drastic steps to slow the spread of the disease. It has closed its borders to non-residents for at least 30 days. The European Central Bank has taken a string of measures to stem an economic meltdown caused by the coronavirus...

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The healthcare sector has made remarkable advances over the years, breakthrough technologies and treatment methods have emerged as a result. However, the packaging and delivery of the medical treatment may often turn out to be inefficient, ineffective, and far from being consumer-centric. From general medical errors to poor or no health insurance cover, the costs incurred account to about one-sixth of the U.S. gross domestic...

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customers

Fortune is an American multinational business magazine that regularly publishes ranked lists of companies. The Fortune 500 is the magazine's yearly list of 500 of the largest companies in the USA, ranked by total revenues for their respective fiscal years. It has been publishing the list since 1955. The list covers a host of companies belonging to a wide range of industries such as banking,...

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Over the years, one of the most important objectives of diagnostic medicine has been to be able to diagnose medical problems as swiftly as possible, enabling healthcare professionals to treat patients before any irreversible or long-term damage can occur. This is because the symptoms of some conditions only arise after a certain amount of time. By the time these symptoms come to the surface, the...

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From the beginning of human civilisation, communication has had a high level of importance for us. In recent years, we have used electromagnetic spectrum beyond the visible region for telematics communication through radio waves with a radio antenna as a basic part of a radio system. A radio antenna is a tool that possesses the ability to send or receive radio waves. Developed forms of...

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Over the years, the world has seen levels of medical innovation and its evolution. In just a few generations, we have developed antibiotics, x-rays, organ transplants, the mapping of the human genome and the digitisation of many medical functions. Not only breakthrough technologies but patient experience, medical administration and health care operations have also evolved. Patients are increasingly getting in control of their own healthcare...

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artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been playing a critical role in industries for decades. AI has only recently begun to take a leading role in healthcare. Our population is evolving and so the need for effective healthcare. Data generated as a result is huge and is almost impossible to be dealt with physically. In steps technology: AI along with Machine Learning (ML) aims to solve this...

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Primary information or experience in a particular situation while working for it is more fulfilling than gathering secondary data and applying it to make improvements or any difference. For instance, Paul Coyne's story has an interesting and inspiring truth behind it which led him to make a remarkable impression in the fields of healthcare and nursing. Coyne, a Northeastern University graduate, highlights the difficulties of...

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