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Issue 05/2019

Artificial intelligence and big data: a paradigm shift in healthcare

Artificial intelligence (AI) and big data are frequently mentioned in many domains, often hyped as universal solutions to problems, in particular in healthcare where they already have a significant impactb

AI and big data will be central to the future of medical care to prevent and treat a myriad of issues, by assisting physicians and treatment. According to Allied Market Research, the global big data analytics in healthcare market size is projected to reach USD 67.82 billion by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 19.1% from 2018 to 2025.

Issue 05/2019

Mind games

Technology, based on standards, can help those living with mental disorders

The medical profession is resorting to virtual reality, telemedecine and artificial intelligence (AI) to treat mental illness. These technologies improve the access to patients and the results are more than encouraging.

Issue 03/2019

Smart made safe

Trust in consumer electronics, healthcare devices through IECQ testing and certification

In the last decade the healthcare sector, which had until then been mainly in the hands of professionals, has seen a major shift. People now keep tabs on their diet, activity and health with the help of dedicated smart devices and apps. Home healthcare devices and equipment allow patients with chronic conditions to monitor and share their vitals with clinicians on a regular basis.

Issue 01/2019

Rethinking the healthcare ecosystem

New technologies are increasing healthcare access, improving lives and saving costs

Today, for many, technology is an inextricable part of life and healthcare. Friendly robots administer daily medications; algorithms diagnose diseases more accurately than top specialists, and a doctor’s appointment can happen over skype.

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Issue 07/2016

Portable medical devices radically change healthcare delivery

Wireless technology is revolutionizing the way we approach chronic diseases and other health-related conditions

In our mobile world, portable smart devices keep us connected and able to access information anytime, anywhere. The healthcare industry has also embraced connected technology in the form of medical wearables and portable devices. These offer accurate real-time monitoring, diagnosis and tailored treatment of conditions, such as some types of diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

Issue 02/2016

Medical equipment in the digital era

How to ensure safety of state-of-the-art medical equipment

People live longer today than ever before. There are however major variations in life expectancy between continents and countries. Even within a given country, there may be differences between wealthier and poorer regions.