Telehealth businesses are gaining momentum in the USA and have already triggered changes in traditional healthcare systems. This has become possible as the industry has started using more technological advancements not only for research and treatment but also for doctor-patient interactions.
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Cybersecurity continues to be one of the top issues in almost every aspect of business where one deals with digital information. In 2017, the world economy faced a multitude of data breaches leading to substantial financial losses and loss of goodwill. Unfortunately, the healthcare industry was among the major targets for cyber fraud. Data breaches set new records every year, so it is possible we’ll see a new one in 2018.
Smart Hospital: What Is It and How To Build Your Own Solution? The automation of the healthcare sphere is one of the most urgent and, perhaps, the most difficult tasks in the world. A huge amount of money is spent every year to solve it, but many problems and questions remain. The main issue includes proper interaction between various systems, especially the exchange of data at the municipal, regional, and federal levels.
Technological advancements of the past few decades have significantly changed the healthcare industry.
What business doesn’t use Big Data these days? Surprisingly, there are still plenty; however, they might be missing out on a lot, as new technologies sprint forward really fast. Luckily, we are now going to talk about big data in automotive, and that is definitely something interesting and truly progressive.
Many people know that the blockchain, one of the most known trends of 2017, stands behind all cryptocurrencies, such as Ethereum and Bitcoin; however, this technology has a much bigger potential than just financial transactions. In this article, we will cover how the automotive sector can benefit from the blockchain.