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A looming possible recession in the United States and the pessimistic world economic growth rate forecast published by the International Monetary Fund are triggering concerns in almost every sector of the economy. However, the LegalTech industry continues its evolution and disruption of traditional legal services unhindered. How can state-of-the-art IT technologies streamline business processes within the legal field? What benefits can digital disruption bring to your business?
The words blockchain and cryptocurrency have become ingrained in the lives of traders and investors all around the globe. Though the audience interested in cryptos has been a mixed bag for a decade or so, today cryptocurrencies receive the attention of mainstream media. Both institutional and retail investors are actively investing in crypto.
Today, it’s impossible to imagine doing business without the Internet. According to the latest report on 2019’s Internet trends by venture capitalist Mary Meeker, the number of Internet users reached 3.8 billion, which is more than half of the world’s population. The report revealed some interesting data – while eCommerce is still on the rise when compared to physical retail, its growth rate in mature markets is slowing.
Telemedicine, or telehealth has been steadily growing within American healthcare over the past decade, yet it is still evolving compared to standard care systems and well-established services and technologies. This study from JAMA revealed that telemedicine was steadily growing between 2005 and 2017 within insured US population and in 2018 there was a rapid increase in growth for primary care telemedicine. In 2016 and 2017 after coverage for direct-to-consumer telemedicine expanded.