Medical degree and other health education programs require a lot of dedication from a person. Medical education is one of the most difficult subjects in the world. For a person to earn a medical degree, they would need to readjust their career and life to carry on with their studies. However, that was a thing of the past and with technology, that strain is eased.
In a digital world, people are now always looking for convenience. Technology has broadened the scope of healthcare services. It has ensured that there is better care provided to the patients to help communities that don’t have access to specialized clinics.
Time has also been a crucial part of a healthcare worker as they were reluctant to find the time for their family and life. Most of the time went into their work and it is important to always have a healthy work-life balance. Someone in a public health master’s program may have to sacrifice time spent with loved ones.
With the help of AR and VR, there are now better chances of medical accuracy. With the help of internet, telehealth and telemedicine, patients can perform basic health tasks such as ordering prescribed medicines, making appointments and even consulting with a specialist online. With the cloud system storage, the electronic health records make it possible for healthcare workers to store the patient’s medical history and save a lot of time. With the help of artificial intelligence, computer-aided-detection or CAD can help determine what illness or condition a patient may have.
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Infographic by: ahu.edu