Two chronic illnesses—heart disease and diabetes—cost the United States billions of dollars annually, yet the advancement of new technology and analytics have the potential to cut ‘costly and unnecessary’ hospitalizations, while simultaneously improving patient care and outcomes.
A team of researchers at Stanford have recently trained a computer to identify images of skin cancer moles and lesions—as accurately as board-certified dermatologists.
May 23, 2017 (Boca Raton, FL) –
MedTech Impact Expo & Conference, produced by Tarsus Group, has announced its release of the version one MedTech Ecosystem, providing the medical community a visual representation of the companies and solutions that are changing the landscape of patient care.
The American Heart Association, the nation’s leading research organization dedicated to the prevention of heart disease and stroke—the two leading causes of worldwide death—has partnered with one of the nation’s ‘leading home care providers’ to deliver research straight to the homes of seniors in America.
The use of artificial intelligence and machine learning is altering the face of medicine, with the potential to help improve overall medical diagnosis in an enormous way.
Virtual reality (VR) refers to computer technologies that utilize virtual reality headsets to generate realistic images and sensations—with the goal of replicating a real environment, or creating an imaginary setting. A research article describes VR as an “immersive, interactive experience generated by a computer.”