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Patient Tracking for Skin Cancer Screening and Follow-Up Care

As technology develops, medical technologists and other professionals in the healthcare field can effectively track patients dealing with various conditions. Skin cancer is a prominent diagnosis among many Americans. Optimize patient tracking processes throughout this disease’s screening and treatment stage.  The Significance of Tracking Skin Cancer Patients Skin cancer is common in the U.S., with […]

Enhancing Patient Safety through Technology

Patient safety is always an essential component of high-quality healthcare. In turn, the healthcare industry has always been fast to integrate the latest tech into all their systems – including security. This point is especially relevant today. While the advancement of technology has never been slow – recent rapid developments in tech like AI, the […]

Biometric Data Analytics for Motion Sickness Research

Many people experience motion sickness when they travel through different vehicles. When they read or check their phone in a moving car, there’s a disconnect between their visual information and their body’s reaction to the motions. Some people may also experience motion sickness when undergoing a VR experience. Nausea is quite common in many patients […]

Revolutionizing Healthcare: The Advancements in Telehealth and Remote Patient Monitoring

The landscape of healthcare has undergone a seismic shift with the advent of telehealth and remote patient monitoring (RPM). These technologies are not just fleeting trends but pivotal elements in the evolution of medical care, offering both new opportunities and challenges. This article provides an in-depth look at the progression, current state, and future directions […]

Biometric Data Analysis for Chemical Exposure Monitoring

Biometric data has demonstrable advantages in numerous applications and has become practical for medical professionals due to its convenience and accuracy. While this field is still growing, its modern uses have benefits and drawbacks. Here’s how the medical field uses biometric data for chemical exposure monitoring. How Can Biometric Data Monitor Chemical Exposure? Monitoring chemical […]

Identifying Social Bias in Healthcare and How We Can Address It

The term “social bias” makes many people uncomfortable. No one wants to be accused of any form of discrimination— particularly not in the context of healthcare. While it’s easy to think that because you don’t actively discriminate against anyone, you aren’t involved in “social bias,” there’s a little more to it than that.  When it […]

Emergency Room Triage: How Hospitals Prioritize Patients

Imagine this: you’re in an emergency department, surrounded by a flurry of activity. Doctors and nurses rush by, patients come in with various ailments, and there’s a constant hum of medical machinery in the background. It’s a scene repeated daily in emergency departments across the globe, including in Singapore, and one that’s highly concerning and […]