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January 20, 2020 - by Swati Bansal, Webmedy team


Electronic Health Records (EHRs) are like a blessing for the healthcare industry as well as patients and it has shown tremendous advantages for rural healthcare facilities along with critical access hospitals. Be it the United States or India, almost one-fifth of the population, as per the statistics, lives in a rural area.

January 18, 2020 - by Parul Saini, Webmedy team


Cancer is the deathly disease of all, it doesn't matter what type of malignancy it is. In 2018 alone, 9.6 million people have died worldwide because of cancer.

With the diagnosis of more than 1.7 million new cases and cancer deaths in 2019 being more than 606,000, the advancement in diagnostic methods and the process of detection of cancer is the need of the hour.

That if used properly, AI as a technology can do wonders in early detection of cancer as key to successful cancer treatment is catching it early.

January 2, 2020 - by Parul Saini, Webmedy team


Advanced technology like Electronic Health Records (EHR) has changed the way healthcare professionals operate. Gone are the days when medical records were mostly paper-based.

A recent article of Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association highlighted that paper record-keeping was simple, accepted widely and very low cost of implementation, however, EHR can improve healthcare. Paper records block the healthcare services because of illegibility, high cost for storing files, and inconvenience to access files remotely.

December 30, 2019 - by Parul Saini, Webmedy team


We are living in an era where ever-growing numbers of industries are using technology in their work, and the healthcare sector is also adopting this. The rapid growth of a variety of new technologies is making a huge influence on healthcare.

Indeed more and more health professionals are using mobile devices and apps to deliver the best quality health for their patients in this new era of mHealth.

December 24, 2019 - by Parul Saini, Webmedy team


Telemedicine is the fastest growing sector in healthcare. Big monitors and computers are not needed - now patients get their appointment virtually with physicians using their phone and home computers.

According to the survey of the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions 2013, 18% of primary healthcare physicians use telemedicine for visits and consultations.

December 21, 2019 - by Parul Saini, Webmedy team


In today's hectic world people are too busy to take care of their health in a traditional manner. It takes too much time to make an appointment with the physician, undergo tests and wait for reports. The solution could be devices that are well-worn on the body, monitor our health, and regularly transfer data to the physicians. Well, devices like these do exist!

December 19, 2019 - by Parul Saini, Webmedy team


The Internet of Things (IoT) has already transformed our world. It affects the way we work and live our life.

In today's world when Broadband Internet is easily available everywhere at an affordable price, different sensors have been developed, a wide range of gadgets and devices entering our world, affordable smartphones are stabbing. All of these reflect how IoT is involved in our day to day lifestyle and in countless sectors of the economy, also in the health sector.

December 18, 2019 - by Parul Saini, Webmedy team


Artificial Intelligence is ready to become a life-changing force in Healthcare. How AI-driven tools can affect health providers and patients?

You are using it in everyday life whether you are aware of it or not. AI assists you in discovering the perfect movie on Netflix, shows trending stories on your personalized Facebook feed, and plays your favorite music on demand through Amazon's Alexa.

December 17, 2019 - by Parul Saini, Webmedy team


Gone are the days when doctors recorded their patient's data in different color-coded files and used to update them by hand.

Now nearly 85% universally physicians are using EHRs (Electronic Health Record). Furthermore, 90% of small, medium and large rural healthcare are using EHRs.

So one of the main questions arises is 'who owns the patient's data?'

Does your doctor own it? Health care? Or some third party?

December 15, 2019 - by Parul Saini, Webmedy team


If you are a physician who owns a private clinic, most of the time you are looking for different ways to grow your business. Well, you are not alone in this race. Social media is one of the best ways to attract new clients. Social media engage your patients, advertise new partners and develop reliability of doctors. According to a study, 57% of patients choose where they want treatment based on the physician's social media presence. Another study shows that 60% of doctors believe that enhances their quality of care.

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