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Integrating Technology, Ethics, and Patient Advocacy in Healthcare


May 29, 2024


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In today's digital age, access to information has transformed the way patients engage in their healthcare. With the emergence of the medical technology industry and its global availability, patients are becoming increasingly informed and educated about their health. However, alongside this empowerment comes a rise in complaints about redundancies within the healthcare system.

This raises the question: How can we harness the power of medical technology to address these challenges and revolutionize healthcare?

One of the main goals in Health Technology is to create patient-centered healthcare. With the increased use of innovative technologies, including robotics in the surgery room, computer vision to monitor and diagnose illness, and systematic delivery of medications and treatments with the help of AI, we are looking to the future of medicine. Access to more knowledge and faster retrieval of information allows healthcare professionals to personalize treatments and improve patient outcomes. Optimizing organizational processes enhances efficiency and productivity within healthcare institutions, ultimately benefiting both patients and healthcare professionals.

The increased use of digital data in research, case studies, and patient care, has exploded the amount of data doctors need to sort through in order to provide high quality medical care. Risks including human error, security breaches, and misinformation, are highlighting the need for strong security measures and continued education.

Our recent trip to the HIMSS (Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society) conference, proved that numerous technology companies are pioneering innovations that optimize data collection, minimize errors, and improve communication in healthcare environments. By leveraging these advancements, healthcare professionals can reduce risks and security threats while also reducing exhaustion and disparities in technical skills and care protocols/systems.

Omnisearch, a company based on AI Search, assists in this by providing efficient access to vast amounts of structured content, powered by artificial intelligence. Omnisearch facilitates learning and teaching processes, ultimately increasing productivity. Its systematic approach enables precision and time savings, addressing learning gaps and improving overall healthcare delivery and analysis. As we continue to improve and change medical technology and procedures, we can drive positive changes in healthcare delivery.

In addition to addressing the challenges and opportunities presented by medical technology, it's crucial to emphasize the importance of collaboration and interdisciplinary approaches in healthcare. The integration of medical technology into existing healthcare systems requires cooperation among various stakeholders, including healthcare providers, technology developers, policymakers, and patients themselves.

Dr Sherry Choi shares with her thoughts about AI, “Let's empower the individual, optimize quality of life by approaching head-on, to adapt with the advancing tech, embrace what AI is capable of, learn how to work with it, and not against it, moving forward in society. “

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