Where healthcare is less accessible, which accounts to about a half of the world's population. Drone networks can definitely help.
AI is the technology that will likely re-shape healthcare in the coming years. That doesn't mean it's perfect. Here are some potential problems.
It's the latest buzzword. But where is its place in healthcare?
Healthcare apps should be more focused on privacy. And we should use them only if they are.
How AI algorithms work, saying no to monopolies, a solution for childhood obesity and a surgery during a wedding.
I decided that the best way to expand this publication is to give those interested in digital health a chance to publish their thoughts online.
A Lithuanian company received regulatory clearance for ChestLink. A reasonable step by the EU!
Doing the same thing over and over again becomes a little dull. Mixing things up a little is a win-win for both you and me.
AR and VR have tremendous potential in surgery and it's perhaps developing quicker than any other field in medicine.
Many argue scientific publishing is broken. Among many ideas to improve it with "traditional" methods, blockchain also has its place.
Web3 is the revolution we've been waiting for. But owning all of your data is also exciting for healthcare, not just creators.
5G technology is on the rise. While it offers fast internet connectivity, it solves many more other problems. Including in healthcare.