Handheld ultrasound devices could eventually become as common as stethoscopes, and might even be used by patients themselves to send images to doctors from home.
Clinical trials continue to evolve as new technologies allow researchers to manage them without participants coming to a physical location. Despite hurdles, remote trials are likely to become standard practice.
Digital technology, unexpected partnerships and an integrated closed-loop system will lead to care that’s faster, less expensive, and more accessible. Here’s how China is improving healthcare.
As we accelerate toward a new standard of hybrid care we must not to leave behind the underserved populations who can benefit the most from these advances.
Several companies are developing technology that can read your vital signs (and screen for COVID) via your smartphone camera simply by looking at your face.
To meet demand for interpretation of genetic tests, counselors are turning to chatbots, telemedicine, and more. A new grant opportunity from the NIH is another major boost.