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The symbiotic growth of machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) is expanding the value of the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT). Physicians are able to draw actionable conclusions more quickly and reliably when processing massive, continuous streams of data from connected medical devices.
EMR (Electronic medical record) is focused medical data, mainly used by clinicians for diagnosis and treatment. EHR (Electronic health record) focuses on personal health data, which includes the state of physical, mental, or mental health. EHR has a wider range than EMR.
Refers to the use of imaging, medical image processing technology, and other possible physiological and biochemical means, combined with computer analysis and calculation, to assist radiologists in finding lesions and improve the accuracy of diagnosis.
As a biproduct of the COVID pandemic, the global demand for telemedicine has increased significantly. An increased focus has been placed on the development of digital medical care to improve medical efficiency and provide comprehensive health coverage. Telemedicine care is set to become the "New Normal", and the integration of AI with medical technology will continue to accelerate this important trend in information flow.
In the medical information and communication industry, the development of telemedicine technology and services has been accelerated due to the pandemic. Health Information Technology refers to health information and its secure and reliable exchange between consumers, service providers, governments, quality groups, and insurance agencies.
Digital innovation is rapidly helping transform modern industries. Healthcare providers in hospitals and healthcare systems are applying these tools to promote public health, reduce costs, and improve experiences.
Surgical robots are useful for minimally invasive surgery because they can perform precise manipulations of surgical instruments beyond human capabilities in small surgical spaces.
With the advent of the AI era, the medical community has begun to use AI data analysis, develop surgical robots, and collaborate with doctors to create innovations in precision medicine.
To strictly manage risks, medical systems usually adopt technologies that matured yesterday. The market promotion of AI innovative technology applications is facing challenges, and relevant regulations must also keep pace with the times.
The medical equipment industry is a cross-disciplinary technology industry with a number of diverse industrial characteristics. With changes in disease patterns, product development, and medical technology advancements, its mainstream products will become increasingly advanced. Countries have invested considerable resources and consider the development of medical products a key priority.
Developments in medical technology are increasing rapidly, and are no longer limited to drugs or medical equipment. Artificial intelligence, 3D printing technology, virtual reality (VR), and big data, which once only appeared in science fiction or movies, are now being used to treat or prevent diseases, leading medical technology into a new era.
With the advancement and development of medical technology (such as the use of new drugs, new surgical procedures, the use of new treatments, genetic screening, etc.), many severe or critical illnesses can be alleviated or cured, high-risk surgeries can be made less terrifyingly, and genetic diseases that were previously undetectable can be screened in advance and properly dealt with.
Artificial intelligence, 5G, and the Internet of Everything are changing our medical behavior. Under the catalysis of COVID-19, telehealth is accelerating its maturity. The so-called telehealth is not only remote video visits but also includes remote medical technology such as telehealth monitoring.
The medical device industry is transforming. Nearly 80% of medical material companies believe that medical networking is the most important growth opportunity in the future, and 45% believe that cooperation with strategic partners is necessary. In fact, for medical IT solution vendors, the next decade is also an opportunity for their growth.