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How COVID-19 is accelerating the adoption of AI in healthcare

July 17, 2020 - by Parul Saini, Webmedy team

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused profound shifts within both the healthcare system and the world at large. The continuous and dynamic nature of this public health emergency is showing the value of having ways and solutions that are adaptable rather than fixed. Under the telemedicine and digital health umbrella, artificial intelligence, and machine learning are increasingly used and combined to analyze the data and give actionable insights to improve healthcare. Doctors have moved towards the use of digital devices, but Covid-19 is accelerating that shift.

Why Governments need to spend more on Healthcare Infrastructure?

June 16, 2020 - by Parul Saini, Webmedy team

Are Governments around the globe spending enough on healthcare infrastructure? Global pandemics like COVID-19 have brought to the forefront the need for governments to spend substantially on building healthcare infrastructure.

Finding Coronavirus Vaccine

June 4, 2020 - by Parul Saini, Webmedy team

As COVID-19 continues to grow, people all over the globe are curious to know when they will have a vaccine to cure it.

How WHO is fighting the Coronavirus Pandemic

May 29, 2020 - by Parul Saini, Webmedy team

Today the world is facing an exceptional challenge of fighting against the COVID-19 pandemic. The (WHO) World Health Organization is coordinating and leading the global effort, helping countries to detect, prevent, and respond to this pandemic.

Top Fatal Diseases Ever

May 11, 2020 - by Parul Saini, Webmedy team

When people think of the fatal diseases in the world, their minds jump to the fast-acting, deadly ones that grab headlines from time to time. But in reality, many of these types of diseases don't rank in the top 10 reasons for global deaths. Of the 56.4 million people that passed away worldwide in 2015, 68 percent of them died due to illnesses that grew slowly.

How does the Human Immune System work?

April 3, 2020 - by Parul Saini, Webmedy team

Our immune system is necessary for our endurance. Without an immune system, our bodies would be exposed to hit from bacteria, viruses, parasites, and more. It is our immune system that keeps us healthy as we float over a sea of pathogens.

Role of Testing to Tackle COVID-19 Epidemic

April 2, 2020 - by Parul Saini, Webmedy team

The World Health Organization has declared for nations to "test, test, and test" for COVID-19 - here is why?

One of the most significant things that nations are taking to better know and prevent the spread of COVID-19 is testing. Here we describe why testing is relevant.

How Social Distancing can help Control COVID-19?

April 1, 2020 - by Parul Saini, Webmedy team

Staying home can help stem the coronavirus outbreak, but what if you're well? Is it a good idea to go for a run in a congested park, go to the store, or visit your friends?

Telemedicine during COVID-19

March 20, 2020 - by Parul Saini, Webmedy team

Telehealth technology is in the limelight for Coronavirus scare. Telemedicine can play a vital role in safe healthcare in the wake of this highly communicable virus spread. But what are its boundaries, and how are hospitals changing?

What is Coronavirus and what you need to know about it

March 5, 2020 - by Parul Saini, Webmedy team

At present, you've most likely heard about a new dangerous virus formerly known as Novel Coronavirus and now named COVID-19. Countries all over the world are trying to deal with this deadly virus that founded in China's Wuhan city in December 2019 and everywhere now. Everyone is talking about it - Health organizations, governments, media, social media, your loved ones.

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