Drs. Nupur Kohli © All rights reserved.2017
Drs. Nupur Kohli
Innovations and future trends in healthcare
As technology improves every day, new developments are constantly changing the dynamics of the healthcare sector. Breakthroughs in information management, research, treatments, and communication have given medical providers new tools to work with and fresh ways to practice medicine. There is increased use of artificial intelligence and embedded software technology. Think of chip implants to help impaired vision, increased use of miniature chip technology to help paralytic patients improve. New milestones are being reached with advances in genetic engineering and stem cell technology. Also on the preventive side increased used of wearable technology is a trend on the rise. From the viewpoint of patients, treatments across borders, medical tourism, online consulting and availability of certain medicines, increasing cultural effects, innovation and change in the medical insurance sector, especially its expansion in developing countries, reverse medical tourism, are some of the developments and a trend to access better healthcare. The human body is more and more seen as a sophisticated machine. Innovations in diagnostic and imaging technologies will further enhance pinpointing. Change in life styles is having both a positive and a negative effect in the interconnected world. Changing food habits will more relate to prevention. There has been a growing acceptance to go for alternative treatments. Is healthcare going to change? From preventive care to childcare; are we moving ahead in time? The world in the medical sector is changing faster than we think. How are healthcare systems in different parts of the developed and developing world coping with all these challenges and remain sustainable? Are we in a position to provide expert medical care in any part of the world? How far are we in remote diagnostics, treatment, sophisticated remote camera and observation technologies? The medical sector is going through an increase in work load. In the modern-day communication, we are 24 / 7 bombarded with large and complex information. Whether it is paramedical staff, a specialist doctor or the management, it is a tough to keep the pace. Sporadic news does not represent the big picture.
In this inspiring lecture Dr. Kohli will cover all these. She will present a systemic view of the future and innovations in the healthcare systems, both from the healthcare providers and healthcare receivers point of view.
Most inspiring and engaging for Healthcare Institutions, Healthcare related Industries, Healthcare service providers, Preventive Healthcare providers, Preventive Childcare service providers, Alternative Healthcare service providers, Pharma Industry and service providers, Financial Institutions, Banking and Insurance sector, Management consultant companies, IT sector, Academic and Student organizations and all others interested in the innovations and future trends in Healthcare sector.
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