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ViGIE and the Internet of Things in Healthcare

ViGIE is a health technology platform that combines specialised sensors and artificial intelligence. To find out more about how this company has evolved in a highly competitive sector, our CEO tells our story on the TECMAIA Podcast.

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Trends for 2023

Telemedicine and Remote Patient Monitoring

Telemedicine continues to expand, enabling remote consultations, monitoring, and diagnosis. Remote patient monitoring devices, such as wearables and home-based monitoring tools, will become more sophisticated, allowing real-time data collection and analysis.

Personalized Medicine and Genomics

The integration of genomics and other omics data will lead to more personalized and precise treatment plans. Advances in gene editing technologies like CRISPR will further accelerate research and development in this field.

Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) in healthcare

VR and AR technologies will be increasingly used in medical training, surgical planning, rehabilitation, mental health therapy, and patient education. These immersive technologies can enhance medical training and improve patient outcomes.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning in Healthcare

AI and machine learning applications will advance in healthcare, aiding in diagnostics, personalized medicine, drug discovery, predictive analytics, and optimizing operational processes within healthcare institutions.

Digital Health Platforms and Ecosystems

Integrated digital health platforms that connect patients, healthcare providers, payers, and other stakeholders will become more prevalent. These platforms will offer a comprehensive view of a patient’s health data and facilitate better care coordination and management.

5G Technology for Healthcare

The implementation of 5G technology will revolutionize healthcare by providing high-speed, low-latency connectivity. This will enable real-time communication, enhance remote patient monitoring, support telesurgery, and facilitate the use of emerging technologies like augmented reality and virtual reality in healthcare.

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Janitor heard ‘annoying alarms’ and turned off freezer, ruining 20 years of school research worth $1 million, lawsuit says

A university janitor who turned off a freezer after hearing multiple “annoying alarms,” ruined more than 20 years of research, according to a lawsuit filed against his employer by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in upstate New York.

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