Technology and Patient Care

Neel V -

Hello everyone,

I hope you’re all doing well. ┬áThis week, I decided to explore a different aspect of the healthcare industry by focusing on the intersection of technology and patient care. I found that private equity involvement and consolidation in healthcare often drive increased adoption of technology solutions because organizations seek to streamline operations, improve efficiency, and enhance patient care delivery through digital health platforms and telemedicine services. Since this is a significant advancement that resulted from corporate involvement, I thought it would be worthwhile to spend some time researching it further for my project. With the rapid advancement of digital health solutions, I wanted to learn more about how these innovations are reshaping the delivery of healthcare services and improving patient outcomes.

I started my research by reading through articles that discussed the latest trends, challenges, and opportunities in telehealth adoption. From discussions on virtual consultations to demonstrations of wearable devices, there were a lot of different ways that technology was implemented in the field. I also found articles from researchers who interviewed healthcare professionals who are actively involved in implementing digital health solutions in their practices. They spoke with physicians, nurses, and healthcare administrators to understand their experiences with telehealth platforms, electronic health records (EHR), and other technology-enabled care delivery models. Their perspectives provided me with an understanding of the benefits and challenges associated with integrating technology into clinical workflows.

Furthermore, I explored the regulatory landscape surrounding digital health and telemedicine. I researched recent policy changes, including updates to reimbursement policies and regulatory frameworks governing telehealth services. Understanding the evolving regulatory environment important so that we know the scalability of these platforms.

Overall, it’s been an informative week. I am excited to get back into the office on Monday and learn more! See you all next week.


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    Amazing to hear about your new explorations in digital health and telemedicine, is there any particular direction/trend the future of digital healthcare is headed that you might have discovered with your research?
    Thanks for your question! I've noticed that many articles point to an uprise in subscription based Telehealth models (such as Amazon Prime one medical) in the next decade. It will be interesting to see how the industry changes as more tech giants enter the space.

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