Over the last two decades technology has exploded, merging into every aspect of our lives; the healthcare sector is no exception. Among the most disruptive
Smart health falls under the broader umbrella of digital transformation and indicates the use of advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI or AI), Internet
Virtual reality (VR) allows users to immerse themselves in computer-generated three- dimensional environments, interacting with them through devices such as visors, headsets, gloves and controllers.
In a world that is always in a hurry and forward-looking, digitalising the management of the healthcare company is a necessity. Digital transformation also involves
Active aging is a useful tool for solving the challenges related to the aging of the population. For this reason, the European Commission launched the
With the emergence of m-health, the notion that technology can actually be good for healthcare seems to have definitively taken a hold. It may seem
Everybody is different. Even routine surgical operations vary from patient to patient. That’s why the trend for increasingly personalised and efficient healthcare is driving advances
e-Health and m-health (mobile health) come up when the digital transformation breaks into the medical sector. What do they mean and how can they help healthcare around