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1. Mobile Health (mHealth) mHealth technology provides personalized information through digital solutions and connected devices. Mobile devices allow visualization of health issues, which can prevent patients from committing to treatment. Smartphone-linked sensors, point of-need diagnostic devices and medical-grade imaging, which are not constrained by geographic boundaries, make healthcare more accessible and equitable. mHealth solutions were crucial in controlling the spread COVID-19 by ena...
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by on August 5, 2022
1. Artificial Intelligence AI replaces traditional labor-intensive, time-consuming and expensive processes in healthcare by providing rapid, remote, and immediate solutions for diagnosis, treatment and prevention. HealthTech startups create software platforms, APIs, and other digital products that extend the benefits of AI. Artificial intelligence is used in many areas of healthcare, including clinical workflow management, advanced surgical assistance, and medical diagnosis.   ...
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