June 16, 2021

Lonnie Listonsmith

Experienced Health Expert

Technologies

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Virtual care aligns with strategic imperatives to improve health outcomes, enhance patient safety, and optimize the patient experience for populations with medical complexity and high healthcare needs. As a result, it will pay off if healthcare can continue the expansion of telehealth started by the COVID-19 pandemic.

One driver of successful expansion of virtual care services is open communication and collaboration with key stakeholders on important initiatives that impact the virtual care process, said Dr. Saima Aftab, vice president, strategic initiatives, at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital in Miami, Florida.

Sustaining quality telehealth programs

“Stakeholders include internal and external customers, our patients,

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(Photo : Technologies That Will Shape The Future Of Dentistry)

There are a number of reasons why people prefer not to visit the dentist. The anxiety may be caused by past painful and unpleasant experiences suffered at the dental office. It is very uncomfortable for some people to have a stranger move around their mouths. Technology has sought to lessen these issues for the advancement of dentists and patients alike.

Technology has greatly influenced the progression of the world. There have been major changes in all aspects of life, due to the innovation of technology with its continuous evolution.

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Bank of America (BoA) is acquiring the German healthcare payment and technology company Axia Technologies for an undisclosed amount as the financial institution (FI) seeks to advance its payment solutions for healthcare clients.

Mark Monaco, head of enterprise payments at Bank of America, said in a press release that Axia — also known as AxiaMed — complements the bank’s knowledge base and offerings with its “great domain expertise and technology.” Both companies also “share a vision” of delivering advanced payment technology to their clients.

“Working together, we can leverage our joint expertise and

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Friday, April 2, 2021


The Purdue University Center for Paralysis Research brings neurophysiological and engineering solutions to a trauma-themed seminar series, co-sponsored by Plexon. (Image provided)

The same technology that helps treat traumatic brain injuries in athletes and soldiers may one day help doctors determine the effectiveness of vaccines on patients. This technology is among the neuroscience innovations and research in the spotlight as the Purdue University Center for Paralysis Research and Plexon Neurotechnology Systems present the Seminar for Neurotrauma and Diseases. The seminar series, which runs through April, features speakers from Purdue, Harvard Medical School, and the medical industry.

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DBMR added a new research report on Traumatic Dental Injuries Market 2021 by Top players, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2028 provides a credible Traumatic Dental Injuries market analysis report carries out research and analysis of the market for a certain product/service which includes the investigation into customer inclinations. It carries out the study of various customer capabilities such as investment attributes and buying potential. This market report contains feedback from the target audience to understand their characteristics, expectations, and requirements. The report provides new and exciting strategies for upcoming products by determining the category and features of products

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Modern medicine is a robust and quickly changing field, thanks — in large part — to continuing technological advancements that allow for wider access to patients, as well as deeper insight into the disease. From initial telecommunication advancements allowing doctors and patients and scientists to converse and collaborate remotely to a seemingly sci-fi ability to see and work inside bodies themselves, machines and automated systems have improved health care, and there are still more enhancements coming. Take a look at three ways virtual technologies are shaping health care and improving the lives of people around the world.

Simulation

Virtual reality

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