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Features and benefits of pharmacy inventory management software

The US healthcare system is continually adapting to new technologies, fresh implementation statutes, and regulatory reforms. The role of the pharmacy and the pharmacist is also undergoing a sea change.
This blog is aimed at educating pharmacists on the benefits of inventory management in pharmacy to relieve them of some of the burden of work that may be a less critical aspect of their profession.
Pharmacists have to contend with administrative chores, upskilling to use new technologies, operational tasks, and financial responsibilities, not to mention keeping pace with government mandates.
The latter is the most challenging, with pharmacies found guilty of non-implementation or inadequate compliance. This is despite the availability of technology solutions, data-driven strategies to streamline workflows, and healthcare software development services that offer interoperable solutions.

How is virtual reality revolutionizing surgical training?

It is amazing how technology, specifically virtual reality (VR) is stepping into unimaginable territories such as critical healthcare, playing a pivotal role in training healthcare professionals, enhancing patient care, and improving medical procedures. There was a time when surgeons were evaluated on specialized knowledge alone, while the number of operations they conducted, the success rate, the time taken for a procedure, and their demeanor in the operation room (OR) were all factors that, over time built their repute in professional circles.
The rise in the number of aged and sick patients, along with the improvement in critical care services has led to a situation where experienced surgeons are over-burdened with work, prone to committing errors, and unable to devote time to train apprentice doctors.
The long waiting list for elective surgeries, demand for operation rooms, restricted time slots, and demand for quality care have deprived student surgeons of their rightful hours of experiential learning.

Leveraging space context to develop better performing bioproducts

Once the preserve of national agencies, space has gradually opened up to the private sector for various commercial activities. Ever since NASA permitted visits to the International Space Station (ISS) in low Earth orbit, it has turned into a laboratory for experiments.
Healthcare product innovation and pharmaceutical research have taken wings, capitalizing on the unique characteristics of space to gather fresh insights. First, microgravity –allows the deep study of altered growth and function of cells and tissues, essential for regenerative medicine; secondly, radiation–exposure can induce chemical reactions and lead to discoveries of new drug candidates; thirdly, the near-vacuum of outer space – means reduced contamination, which helps to maintain the purity and integrity of biological material in medical research on healing, bone health and muscle atrophy.

Can EEG biomarkers help determine anesthetic dosages?

Precision medicine is coming in on the back of electroencephalogram (EEG) datasets and the biomarkers they throw up. As R&D units in healthcare and  pharmaceutical companies launch EEG dataset projects, private equity funds are backing digital biomarker startups that are foraying into digital healthcare product development.
Early detection and monitoring of neurological disorders like dementia, Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease.
Accurate diagnosis and personalized treatment plans for mental health conditions.

The role of software in hospital operations management

The hospital sector is significantly different from other sectors where business is run purely on a profit-and-loss basis. Healthcare is a social contract to provide effective, timely services to individuals and create equitable systems that safeguard society. To ensure there is no breach in their steadfast commitment to providing quality care, healthcare providers are giving importance to effective hospital operations management for cost control.
Hospital operations management is overseeing a hospital’s daily operations to ensure that it runs smoothly and efficiently so that the ultimate goal of patient care is met.

Why should doctors develop on demand apps for their clinics?

Telemedicine apps are widening the reach of doctors. According to Fortune Business Insights, the global telemedicine market was valued at $87.41 billion in 2022 and is projected to grow from $94.44 billion in 2023 to $286.22 billion by 2030, at a CAGR of 17.2% during the forecast period. This portends well for doctor-on-demand app development, as telemedicine includes communications technologies that boost doctor-patient interactions.
You can see that the trend of healthcare providers using communication technologies to connect with patients is catching up in the US.
The percentage of physicians using tele-visits/virtual visits grew from 14% in 2016 to 80% in 2022, while the percentage of physicians using remote monitoring devices grew from 12% in 2016 to 30% in 2022.

Healthcare technology trends to watch for in 2023 & beyond

The rapid pace of technological advancements has seen the healthcare industry undergo a remarkable transformation. The manner in which clinicians diagnose, treat and manage patients has improved drastically in recent years. So much so, healthcare enterprises, professionals and even patients have no other choice but to update themselves on technology trends in healthcare.
Precision medicine, data-driven decision-making, and telemedicine, will help professionals make a name as healers; for organizations which embrace these advancements, the rewards are improved patient care, increased cost-efficiency, and enhanced accessibility of healthcare services. As for patients, new healthcare it trends enable earlier disease detection, personalized treatment plans, and remote monitoring.

The role of CRM in healthcare to improve patient management

Patient-centric care is the new buzzword in the healthcare industry and we are witnessing significant transformation with a growing emphasis on customer relationship management (CRM).
While information is easy to access and digital devices are ubiquitous these days, patients may be better informed about their medical condition, but still lack the expert knowledge of a provider. Unless the provider-patient relationship changes to a collaborative partnership, it is not possible for the patient to participate actively in disease management.