Over the last decade, medicine and healthcare have seen a substantial digital transformation. With digital tools and solutions focused on reducing medical professionals’ work, making systems more efficient, improving patient outcomes, making treatments cost-efficient, and minimizing human error, digital health has established itself as an essential part of the medical and healthcare industry.
When we think about innovative solutions in healthcare, the primary benefit that comes to mind is an improved quality of life. By reducing the treatment and recovery time, technologies like digital monitoring systems, state-of-the-art scanning equipment, surgeries with minimal invasion, etc., have undeniably improved the quality of life. As technology evolves, such solutions offer us an opportunity to live a healthy and productive life. As machines made their way into our lives, and we entered the age of digitization, hospitals and medical professionals started leveraging technological tools to offer efficient health services to people.