The use of technology enhances communication between a growing number of clinicians and their patients.
Market intelligence and strategic consulting firm Reports and Data expects the global ambulatory care service market to reach $113.06 billion by the year 2026. Reports and Data valued the ambulatory care...
The EarlyVue VS30 device from Philips offers Early Warning Scoring technology to detect warning signs of declining patient health before a potential adverse event. The monitoring system may be customized to each patient,...
Social media: Can’t live without it, can’t pitch it into an active volcano.
Volumetric multispectral optoacoustic tomography (MSOT) could foster accurate characterization of the makeup of arterial plaque in real time, according to scientists.
As NASA prepares to send astronauts to Mars sometime in the 2030s, scientists are using the concepts behind precision medicine to develop a way to predict and prevent medical conditions during space missions.
Radiologists transitioned from reading 2D mammograms to reading 3D mammograms rapidly and with enhanced accuracy, according to a study in Radiology.
Clinicians making the transition to 3D mammography, or digital breast tomosynthesis, needed...
The combined magnitude of innovation’s impact on medicine sometimes hides behind the patchwork of advances in different areas of healthcare technology.
Physician burnout is not new. The speed at which it is spreading may be.
The AngelMed Guardian System provides certain cardiac patients with warnings about signs of serious cardiac events, including coronary artery occlusions.
The FDA-approved device, implanted under local anesthetic, can detect rapid ST segment changes,...
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