Researchers are already assessing Glass’ effectiveness in healthcare settings, and results look promising for both patients and providers.
Stethoscopes, blood pressure cuffs, and thermometers… some experts predict these tools will no longer be of use to medical providers in the future with the emergence of new medical technologies.
Technology and medicine seem to go hand-in-hand in today’s market. New inventions have made it possible to streamline medical treatments and make healthcare accessible. Here are 4 innovative and promising technologies projected to expand in 2014: Anesthesia Support System Anesthesia is required for more than 51 million surgical procedures in the United States every year.
As new advances in technology seem to emerge hourly, it becomes increasingly difficult to discern which new “gadgets” are innovative, and which have become passé. Thankfully, telemedicine is one aspect of technology that has stuck around to mature for quite a while- longer than you might think! Physicians in 1876 were probably just as excited […]
It’s time to change the way we approach healthcare and fitness. According to the Centers for Disease Control, four out of five U.S. adults do not meet guidelines for healthy physical activity. Research by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services shows national health care expenditures are nearing $3 trillion dollars per year. In an […]