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Healthcare Trends That Defined 2019

The healthcare industry is one of the most crucial aspects of every society. After all, it saves lives and keeps people healthy. The evolution of healthcare is conditioned by technological advancement. The good news is that the rapid growth of technology defines this century. 

The healthcare industry is developing to serve the many needs of people around the world. Here are some technologies that defined this year.

Artificial Intelligence

There is no discussion about the future of medicine without mentioning artificial intelligence (AI). AI, in its essence, acts as a bridge between humans and technology. Advancements in this area give doctors a better insight into the struggles of their patients, thus increasing the chances to heal them.

AI will change our understanding of hospitals and medicine in general. If this area develops at the predicted rate, doctors would be able to treat patients without being present in the same room. 

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Hearing Aid Wireless Streaming 

Hearing aids have come a long way from the first models introduced half a century ago. 

Providers of hearing aid in Toronto, London, Chicago, and other towns introduced new models that look slimmer and more stylish than their predecessors. These introductions are now connected with phones.  

Hearing aids of 2019 are compatible with most Apple products. Those wearing them can play sounds directly into their ears. Some models carry the features of in-the-ear and behind-the-ear types of aids. They are connected wirelessly with Bluetooth technology.

Learning with Smartphones 

For older generations, phones were the forbidden fruit during class. The student of yesterday would lose itself in the classroom of today. 

A couple of years ago, teachers objected to phones in classrooms. Today they encourage students to use them

Med school is notorious for a large amount of info the students have to pick up during one class. Smartphones establish more fluid communication between the professor and his/her students. 

These devices make it easier to understand complicated terms and lectures. They nourish a culture amongst students, which benefits them, their patients, and the healthcare industry as a whole. 

The Future is Healthy 

The more medicine develops, the longer our lifespans are, and we have a stronger resistance to diseases. The good news is that the healthcare industry shows no signs of slowing down. 

Artificial Intelligence is steps away from changing the landscapes of medicine as we know it. 

The frequent use of smartphones in classes prepares future doctors to coexist and grow with technology. Hearing aids are now compatible with phones and carry both features, in-the-ear and behind-the-ear, on one device.

Author: Jacob Maslow

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