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2/19/2024 11:56:59 AM

Application of artificial intelligence in medicine and personalization of treatment

Different patients respond differently to different medications and treatment programs. Therefore, personalized treatment has great potential to increase patients' life expectancy. But it is very difficult to determine what factor should influence the choice of treatment. Artificial intelligence and machine learning can automate this complex statistical process.

2/14/2024 9:26:15 AM

Telehealth for Low Back Pain

Telehealth is defined as the provision of healthcare remotely through the form of telecommunications, such as telephones or laptops. The primary aim of Telehealth is to improve patient's health through education and service provision while reducing healthcare costs and overcoming geographical barriers .

2/13/2024 11:07:04 AM

Lessons you need to know about the telehealth's new normal

From managing cybersecurity imperatives with at-home patients as a new X factor, to surfing the data tsunami of remote patient monitoring, experts from NIST, FCC, Mount Sinai, Yale, Leapfrog and others offer insights on demand.

2/7/2024 3:31:48 PM

Telehealth: A new frontier in ob/gyn

Telehealth is a modern-day solution to health problems both old and new. Though it presents benefits to a variety of patients, rural patients likely experience the richest benefits. As Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) notes, it can sometimes be difficult to determine whether an area is urban or rural.1 In fact, the term “rural” is not even defined by the Census Bureau-it is considered to encompass “all population, housing, and territory not included within an urban area.” Essentially, according to this definition, whatever is not urban is considered rural. There are two types of urban areas identified by the Census Bureau: 1) Urbanized Areas (UAs) of 50,000 or more people and 2) Urban Clusters (UCs) of at least 2,500 and less than 50,000 people.Generally, rural areas are characterized by low population and lack of access to critical resources such as medical care.

2/4/2024 2:39:52 PM

The concept of electronic transmission of patient information

Electronic health is based on the electronic transmission of patient information in the form of electronic records, and success in implementing HER paves the way for electronic health . The treatment team's access to the patient's data anywhere, the correct and accurate analysis of the insurance companies, the creation of automatic procedures for the declaration of drug sensitivities and interactions, clinical notes, electronic prescriptions

Welcome to Telemedicine Online Portal provides a complete package including EMR with integrated Video Conferencing.
"Telemedicine is the ability to provide interactive healthcare utilizing modern technology and telecommunications." Basically, Telemedicine allows patients to visit with physicians live over video for immediate care or capture video/still images and patient data are stored and sent to physicians for diagnosis and follow-up treatment at a later time.
Whether you live in the center of Los Angeles or deep in the Brazilian Amazon, Telemedicine is an invaluable tool in Healthcare.