Ever since the world’s first 3D printer was built in 1983 by Chuck Hall, this technology has steadily progressed into one of the biggest game changers in the medical field. In just the year 2014, the 3D-printing industry grew by 35.2%. The impact of this technology will be seen across the medical board, from increased cost efficiency, faster prototyping, and innovative problem solving--all coming together to better patient health outcomes.
Tech tools should increase healthcare access for everyone, and information technology (IT) has the potential to do just that for patients who have trouble getting the care they need.
Chatbots have come a long way from their early days in the 1960s. You may already be considering using a chatbot to answer common questions and perform routine tasks. But does your practice really need one? Here are some questions to ask that could help you reach a verdict.
In partnership with Allscripts, our Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Tashfeen Ekram, MD, shared some thoughts on the future of patient engagement--how we can modernize the approach to patient communication in order to fill the gaps and get people in front of the care that they need.
The tech you use in the workplace affects how productive and happy your staff is. When your staff members feels bogged down with the resources they’re working with, they’re prone to disengage, especially if they face the same technical problem over and over again.
Have you ever wondered whether your patients are taking their meds on time? We have. After all, medication adherence is pretty critical especially in chronic care patients with cardiac conditions. Thankfully, Luma's got a way of keeping both you and your patients in the loop.