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The Future of The Healthcare Industry

The Future of The Healthcare Industry



Matt Dapore

Over the past couple of decades, we've seen constant change in the healthcare industry. This doesn't seem to be slowing down with new technology ready to be adopted by hospitals and healthcare professionals alike.

Check out these changes to look for when talking about the future of the healthcare industry.

Remote Visits

The COVID-19 pandemic caused many people to have to stay at home from their workplace and constant activities. Necessities like doctor visits have also been taking place more online.

With special applications, doctors and patients can have a visit together without being in the same room. Patients can talk about their issues, and point their phone camera at any spot on their body to show an issue to a doctor. Doctors can then get their patients to come into an office for a more in-depth visit, or prescribe important medication to their patients.

Getting to take a remote visit to a doctor's office is just one of the reasons why technology is rapidly changing the healthcare industry.


For over the past 100 years, imaging technology like the X-ray machine has helped save lives. However, this technology has been dated a bit due to how large the equipment is. New advances in imaging technology are hoping to solve this issue though.

With advances in imaging due to artificial intelligence and visual sensors, researchers have been able to build imaging devices that can simply slip on a body part. Eventually, patients will be able to get an MRI scan without having to schedule days or even weeks ahead of time.


As doctors deal with more patients than ever before, it sometimes can't be quick and easy to make the right diagnosis. The right diagnosis means finding the source of a problem and what a patient can take to help them solve that problem.

With advancements in artificial intelligence, it'll be possible for doctors to insert all of the data for their patients before getting the right diagnosis back. This might eventually be automatic to the point where software can fill out prescriptions without a doctor having to approve them.

Properly diagnosing patients through artificial intelligence is just another reason why technology is changing the healthcare industry.

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