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Can anyone share a link to a publication in which this is announced as a novelty? I am curious who first invented this kind of protection against infectious transmissions from patients to drugstore staff. I'm curious how old this idea is.
War generally brings untold hardships for society's most vulnerable- women and children.
Hardship for women and children anywhere is hardship everywhere.
AI is expected to have a significant impact on the job market, influencing the nature of work and creating new opportunities while also automating certain tasks. Here are some ways AI may affect the job market and roles that are at risk of automation. How do you think?
- Automation of Routine Tasks
- Routine Cognitive Tasks
- Transportation and Delivery Services
- Manufacturing and Assembly
- Customer Support
- Data Entry and Analysis
- Certain Healthcare Tasks
- Financial Services
- Retail Jobs
However, it's important to note that while automation may eliminate certain jobs, it can also create new opportunities. Many experts argue that AI will lead to the creation of new roles that require uniquely human skills, such as creativity, emotional intelligence, critical thinking, and complex problem-solving. Additionally, there will be a growing demand for jobs that involve developing, maintaining, and managing AI systems.
To adapt to these changes, workers may need to acquire new skills and engage in lifelong learning to stay relevant in the evolving job market. Policies and initiatives that support retraining and upskilling will be crucial for helping the workforce navigate the transition brought about by AI and automation.
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Lots of studies in adults and children, mainly done in HICs, are advocating antibiotics only (conservative) management of acute non-perforated appendicitis. In LMICs, with poor access to healthcare, most patients present with perforation. Is there a role of conservative management of acute non-perforated appendicitis in children in LMICs?
According to the following points, describe your opinion:
- Economic Impact: Productivity
- Social Impact: Healthcare
- Ethical and Moral Considerations
- Legal and Governance Issues: Regulation
- Technological Advancements: Innovation
- Environmental Impact: Sustainability
- Cultural and Creative Fields
- Global Dynamics: Geopolitics
- Digital Divide
Telemedicine in Disaster Response: Explore how telemedicine can be leveraged in disaster situations, such as natural disasters or pandemics, to provide remote medical assistance and triage.
Patient Experience and Satisfaction: Research factors affecting patient satisfaction and engagement in telemedicine, including usability, accessibility, and trust in virtual healthcare.
Telemedicine for Rural Healthcare Access (SDG 3):Investigate how telemedicine can address healthcare disparities in rural and underserved areas, contributing to SDG 3 (Good Health and Well-being).
Telemedicine for Health Equity (SDG 10): Study how telemedicine can reduce health disparities and promote equitable access to healthcare, in line with SDG 10 (Reduced Inequality).
Since Titmus and Esping-Andersen, we have always categorized three types of welfare regimes among developed countries. Could we expand this to Asian, Afrian and Latin-america countries? Would such continents have any kind of welfare?
So, I'm a student of MS clinical psychology, currently working on my thesis. I wanted to explore the impact of perceived parenting style on the degree of morality among mental healthcare professionals. I was told that the two variables are from two different domains of life, i.e., perceived parenting style is related to home/domestic domain and the scale for morality is related to occupational domain. And that this makes the variables lack connection.
Is that true?
Can I really not assess this relationship? The impact of PPS on the morality of people in this profession?
Please, a quick answer would be highly appreciated.
I would like to know if there are any of research associate or PhD opportunities in primary care field currently open in Singapore. How should improve my qualifications to apply them? i am interested in access, healthcare planning, chronic diseases and quality assessments.
Hello everyone. I am currently doing my undergrad in Industrial Engineering, about to start my thesis and have a keen interest in machine learning but finding appropriate datasets have been tough. If anyone would be kind enough to suggest websites to find datasets related to my field, it would help me a lot. I have already tried Kaggle but had hard luck finding anything worth working on.
I am looking for a journal which indexed, high response and fast publication in the field of "Facility Management & Management Systems" in Healthcare.
I have three drafts on:
- Development of a diagnostic tool for Facility Management System in the health sector.
- Case study of the diagnosis of a Facility Management System in a Colombian hospital.
- Development of a hospital infrastructure management model based on Facility Management System harmonized with Colombian and international health quality standards.
Kindly, share your experience and recommendations.
Thank you and greetings.
Currently, I am working on a collective book project entitled "Healthcare Supply Chain: Challenges and Opportunities for Improving Healthcare" to be published with Springer as part of "the Integrated Science Series". This project is structured around 4 main parts: Part 1: Modeling & Optimization of the Hospital Supply Chain and Safety of Care Units Part 2: Integrated management of health products: Supply, storage and waste Part 3: Patient flow optimization and transport logistics for healthcare services. Part 4: Revolution of the hospital supply chain: Information systems, artificial intelligence, digital transition and innovative technologies
If you are interested in taking part in this project, please let me know.
The Patient-centered healthcare approach involves empowering patients to take an active role in their care and necessitates that healthcare professionals possess strong communication skills and effectively address patient needs. Additionally, the approach prioritize physical comfort and emotional well-being, as well as respect for patient and family preferences, values, cultural traditions, and socioeconomic conditions.What is the role of f patient-centered healthcare approach in developing medical education curriculum?
Dear Researchers and Academicians,
We are pleased to announce the Call for Papers for our upcoming book on "Secure Big-Data Analytics for Emerging Healthcare in 5G and Beyond: Concepts, Paradigms, and Solutions". The book aims to explore how big data analytics (BDA) can be used securely in emerging healthcare settings leveraging advanced technologies such as 5G networks.
The following tracks will be covered:
Chapter 1: Introduction to Secure Big-Data Analytics in Emerging Healthcare
Chapter 2: Big Data Analytics (BDA) in Healthcare: Security Challenges in Healthcare Big-Data Analytics
Chapter 3: Overview of 5G and beyond Networks: Limitations of 4G-LTE
Chapter 4: Privacy-Preserving Techniques for Big-Data Analytics in Healthcare
Chapter 5: Secure Data Sharing and Collaboration in Healthcare Analytics.
Chapter 6: Trust and Governance in Healthcare Analytics with secured BDA and operational Challenges.
Chapter7 : Decentralized BDA Healthcare Infrastructures.
Chapter8 : Integration of B5G with Big Data forHealthcare:
Big Data-Driven Networking.
Chapter9 : DistributedAnalyticsforSecureandScalableHealthcareApplications,
Chapter10 : CaseStudiesandBestPracticesinSecureHealthcareAnalyticsUseCases.
Abstract submission deadline - September 10th ,2023
Full chapter acceptance notification - Oct 15,2023
Please note that all submitted papers will undergo a rigorous double-blind review process by an international committee consisting of subject matter experts with significant research experience leading towards better research output
Please prepare the file for abstract for inclusion
Prepare a good chapter of 20-25 pages as per the IET author guidelines. Please refer the guidelines at https://www.theiet.org/publishing/publishing-with-iet-books/guides-and-resources/
AI is advancing rapidly. We have seen many drawbacks with the LLM recently. We need to rethink how to train LLMs especially in the healthcare sector.
The Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) cycle is a potent tool for continuous improvement to enhance processes and achieve superior outcomes. The effectiveness, simplicity, and adaptability of this approach provide significant benefits to healthcare professionals to incorporate these concepts into their practice. By using the PDSA cycle in patient care, they can identify and address potential risks, improve patient outcomes, and foster a culture of continuous improvement in healthcare settings.
What is your opinion?
Currently, I am working on a collective book project entitled "Healthcare Supply Chain: Challenges and Opportunities for Improving Healthcare" to be published with Springer as part of "the Integrated Science Series". This project is structured around 4 main parts: Part 1: Modeling & Optimization of the Hospital Supply Chain and Safety of Care Units Part 2: Integrated management of health products: Supply, storage and waste Part 3: Patient flow optimization and transport logistics for healthcare services. Part 4: Revolution of the hospital supply chain: Information systems, artificial intelligence, digital transition and innovative technologies we would like to associate a contributor (Chinese, Indian or other). If you are interested, please contact me by e-mail : email@example.com
Please give me some scientific evidence from the perspective of implementatiion science
In order to build real-time applications and services in the field of the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) and healthcare, which communication protocols do you think would fit? And why? - would like to know your thoughts on this.
Digital Healthcare is rapidly penetrating markets, and wearables are the main tool for that.
Could you please advise about companies that supply products in such a domain?
Since the start of the COVID-19 Pandemic, many governments and private organizations allocated large sums of money to fund projects dealing with various areas related to this virus. The vaccine is the most prominent area but detection, caring and monitoring of the patients revealed that the current medical equipment is not adequate and sufficient. Are these funding going to lead to invention or innovation? have you seen any report of innovation in medical technology in your community?
📢 #callforbookchapters for our new book "Federated Learning and AI for Healthcare 5.0"
Editors: Ahdi Hassan, Dr. Pronaya Bhattacharya, Dr Vivek Kumar Prasad Dr Pushan Kumar Dutta Robertas Damaševičius
Submission Deadline: September 17, 2023
We invite researchers and practitioners to contribute to an upcoming book that explores the transformative approach of Healthcare 5.0 and its practical implementation through Cloud Computing, Data Analytics, and Federated Learning. This comprehensive volume aims to shed light on the paradigm shift happening in the Healthcare sector, emphasizing patient-centric ecosystems and personalization.
In this comprehensive book, readers will gain a deep understanding of the transformative shift taking place in the Healthcare sector, focusing on patient-centric ecosystems and personalization. The editors have meticulously curated chapters that explore the critical role of Cloud Computing in Healthcare 5.0, highlighting its significance in handling and analyzing vast volumes of Healthcare data, Electronic Health Records, and Real-Time Analytics. Furthermore, the book addresses security and privacy concerns in Cloud-based healthcare systems, presenting innovative solutions and frameworks. The emerging concept of Federated Learning in healthcare is also examined, encompassing its models, architectures, and associated security and privacy challenges. Practical insights through case studies and simulations offer real-world applications of these concepts, while emerging technologies like Quantum Computing, Blockchain-based FL Cloud services, and Intelligent SaaS APIs are explored for their potential in reshaping Healthcare 5.0.
Authors are invited to submit a chapter proposal (1,000-2,000 words) by September 17, 2023 explaining the mission and concerns of their proposed chapter. Full chapters should be submitted by October 17, 2023, following the guidelines available at the link below.
For chapter proposal submission and detailed guidelines, please visit:
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Liminality was originally developed from ethnographic analysis of rites of passage, specifically related to spirituality. How does this translate to health education?
AI in the healthcare sector is a broad term that refers to the use of machine learning algorithms to imitate human cognition to analyze, understand and present complex medical data.
Invest in high value AI use cases in healthcare
It is important to use machine learning in areas where it can provide effective solutions.
- Good fit for ML: Most of these areas that present complex problems and large volumes of related data.
- Good fit for rules-based solutions: Simple problems with known solutions.
- Humans: Domains with limited data and complex problems. However, approaches like few shot learning can change this in the future.
source: AI in Healthcare: Benefits and Challenges in 2023 https://research.aimultiple.com/healthcare-ai/
Dear ResearchGate members,
My name is Txema Romero. I live and work in Barcelona (Europe).
I am interested in implementing cybersecurity measures in the healthcare sector.
I would like to write a technical report about how to apply cybersecurity to the healthcare sector. It would be a review of the different tools and how to apply them (e.g, for ethical hacking, risk analysis, risk mitigation action plans, cybersecurity design directives, etc.).
Could you please share with me any information related to this topic?
Thank you. I look forward to hearing from you.
Ich studiere Management im Gesundheitswesen im 2. Semester an der kath. Hochschule in Freiburg. Ich benötige den Volltext für eine Gruppenarbeit.
· Analyse the current AI/Robotic offerings in diagnostic imaging healthcare
· Identify the relevant actors in harnessing robotics/AI in healthcare
· Explore the role of the management/radiologist in ensuring AI improves service performance and patient experience
· Examine the ethics of AI/robotics in the workplace
· Provide fit-for-purpose recommendations on diagnostic imaging healthcare operational pathway improvement
Pleased to share "Call for Chapters" for my Book Edit titled "Using Crises and Disasters as Opportunities for Innovation and Improvement". Contributions are invited from the potential authors related to the innovations and improvements in various domains including Healthcare, Education, Remote Work, Environment, Social Connections, etc. The detailed call for chapters can be found below.
I want to transfer the healthcare data, which includes demographic and multimedia such as medical imaging, etc., from Asia & the US to Europe and vice versa. So the healthcare data will be collected from various hospitals and clinical centers in India, the US, and EU countries. The questions are as per below: Q1. I know that i can transfer demographic data in anonymized or pseudo codes form, but how can I generate anonymized or pseudo codes for multimedia data that contain patient identity? Q2. How can i use healthcare data in Europe countries when consent was taken in other countries of different parts of the world? The patient consents to data per legal regulations of other countries, such as the US & India. While EU countries have data protection laws such as GDPR. In contrast, the US has health data protection laws like HIPAA. I am looking for some solutions to these two questions.
Although the application of IoMT technologies to healthcare brings many benefits, it also brings great security challenges. Other IoT devices are also exposed to security threats, but the consequences that can arise are much greater in the case of attacks on IoMT devices, since they can also cause loss of human life. Further development of IoMT devices will have to ensure adequate mechanisms to protect the security of the users of these devices.
A clinical attachment may also go by the name ‘observership’. Essentially what you would be doing is following a team of healthcare staff at a hospital in a department you’d be interested in working in the future. Ideally, this would allow you to understand how that particular specialty or department worked, as well as get an idea of the NHS infrastructure as a whole.
This can also be a good way to get a small refresher of what the medical field is like if you’ve had a significant gap or just feel nervous about starting in the NHS.
I have been looking for datasets that I could use for appointment scheduling in healthcare. I have been looking in the usual places like Kaggle and trying to find data cited in related literature but I am not finding anything.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Health 4.0 is a term used to describe the integration of advanced technologies, such as the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), and big data analytics, into healthcare systems. The goal of Health 4.0 is to improve patient outcomes, streamline hospital operations, and reduce healthcare costs.
One of the key components of Health 4.0 is the use of electronic health records (EHRs) and other digital technologies to improve communication, collaboration, and data sharing among healthcare professionals, patients, and caregivers. This can lead to more efficient and personalized care, as well as improved patient outcomes.
Another important aspect of Health 4.0 is the use of IoT devices, such as wearable devices and remote monitoring systems, to collect real-time data on patients' health and activity levels. This data can be analyzed using AI and machine learning algorithms to identify patterns and predict potential health issues before they occur. This can help healthcare professionals to provide more targeted and proactive care to patients.
Health 4.0 also includes the use of telemedicine, which allows patients to receive medical advice and treatment remotely, either through video conferencing or through remote monitoring devices. This can improve access to healthcare for patients living in remote or underserved areas, and also allows for more efficient use of healthcare resources.
Overall, Health 4.0 is a holistic approach to healthcare that aims to improve patient outcomes and reduce costs by leveraging advanced technologies in a way that is integrated and coordinated across the entire healthcare system.
Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) have played a significant role in identifying COVID-19 positive patients. Some examples include:
- Telemedicine: ICT has enabled remote consultations between patients and healthcare professionals, which has helped to reduce the spread of the virus and reduce the burden on hospitals and clinics.
- Electronic Health Records (EHRs): ICT has allowed for the digitization of health records, which has made it easier for healthcare professionals to access patient information and track the spread of the virus.
- Contact Tracing: ICT has been used to develop contact tracing apps, which use Bluetooth technology to track and alert individuals who have come into contact with a positive case.
- Remote Monitoring: ICT has been used to monitor patients remotely, using devices such as wearable sensors to track vital signs and alert healthcare professionals to potential complications.
In summary, ICT has played a vital role in identifying and tracking COVID-19 positive patients, enabling healthcare professionals to make more informed decisions and take necessary actions in a timely manner.
Telemedicine: ICT has enabled remote consultations between patients and healthcare professionals through various means such as video conferencing, phone calls and messaging. This has been particularly useful during the COVID-19 pandemic, as it has allowed patients to receive medical advice and treatment without having to visit a hospital or clinic in person, which reduces the risk of transmission. Telemedicine has also allowed healthcare professionals to triage patients remotely, identifying those who are most at risk and need to be seen in person, and enabling others to receive care and advice from the safety of their own homes.
Electronic Health Records (EHRs): ICT has allowed for the digitization of health records, which has made it easier for healthcare professionals to access patient information and track the spread of the virus. This has been particularly useful in identifying patients who have been in close contact with a positive case, as well as tracking the spread of the virus within communities. EHRs can also be used to identify patterns in the spread of the virus, which can help healthcare professionals and policymakers to better understand the virus and develop effective strategies to combat it.
Contact Tracing: ICT has been used to develop contact tracing apps, which use Bluetooth technology to track and alert individuals who have come into contact with a positive case. These apps have been used in many countries to track the spread of the virus and alert individuals who may have been exposed, enabling them to take necessary precautions and get tested.
Remote Monitoring: ICT has been used to monitor patients remotely, using devices such as wearable sensors to track vital signs and alert healthcare professionals to potential complications. This has been particularly useful for patients who are self-isolating or who have been discharged from hospital but are still recovering. Remote monitoring enables healthcare professionals to monitor patients remotely, which can help to identify and intervene early if any complications arise.
In summary, ICT has played a vital role in identifying and tracking COVID-19 positive patients, enabling healthcare professionals to make more informed decisions and take necessary actions in a timely manner. Telemedicine and EHRs have improved accessibility, Contact tracing has helped to track the spread of the virus, and Remote monitoring has improved patient outcomes by enabling healthcare professionals to intervene early if any complications arise.
While I am crossing two paths, such as medicine and technology, I see that there are often barriers to understanding the two, but I want to know from the researchers who deal with both what challenges still exist.
This research is for my dissertation where I want to analyze VRET and explain why we should implement it more in healthcare.
I require data to analyze the same and explain further.
I am searching for a conference to submit my paper but many seems fake. kindly suggest me a conference accepting abstracts on nanobased antibacterial materials.
The mean time lag from clinical development to use of these agents was 11.13 years (range, 8.57 to 12.90 years) for biological drugs for rheumatoid arthritis in Brazil. How about other countries?
For more information, please see the paper below:
I am trying to figure out the best way to move forward, career-wise. I feel there are two large parts of me that need to be satisfied. The first is my curious nature and enjoyment of knowledge. The second is my desire to help people (directly). I joined a PhD program because of my curiosity, it was basically a default decision/obvious next step. Thinking generally, this PhD program allows me the time to develop the skills to ask and answer scientific questions (ie explore my curiosity): finding the appropriate questions to ask and how to answer them with literature reading, hypothesis generation, experimental design, benchwork, and scientific communication. However, I definitely feel I am missing the other major part of me, the desire to help people. I am currently working on cancer biology, which is very interesting and important, but to me it only helps people indirectly (advance the field, provide theoretical targets, etc.). I feel I am missing a humanitarian, human to human connection. If the action is to explore my curiosity, then the motivation is to help people (I am not sure if this will make sense to anyone). Right now it feels as though I am only able to focus on being curious. I also feel that a PhD will only allow me to be curious and not allow me to help people individually. Please excuse my ignorance of the health field, but I think the inverse of this feeling is encapsulated by being a nurse. Where I would only be helping people and not able to also explore my curiosities as freely. This is why I think I am drawn to a MD/PhD. In my extremely limited mind, and knowledge of both fields (research/healthcare), it feels like having the trade skills of helping/treating people (MD) as well as the skills of exploration/curiosity (PhD) are what will be required for me to approach satisfaction. Granted I have no idea what is available, career-wise, for a PhD that allows direct helping of people (other than mentoring/teaching - which I am also interested in), and this is why I pose this question to everyone. I understand how little I know about the research field, as well as the healthcare field, and I am open to all points of view.
Hi, I am looking for surveys instruments to evaluate design of hospitals from a work environment perspective. Let me know if you have any tips.
What are some known weaknesses in non-traditional connected devices, like internet connected IVs, pacemakers, heart monitors, etc. and how they can be exploited to the detriment of the patient?
Please help me in gathering data for a research on "Career Calling and Subjective Career Success" in IT and Healthcare sector employees.
I request you to fill out the form below to participate in the study if you meet the given criteria:
1. Working in the IT or Healthcare sectors
2. Have work experience of more than two years
3. Age above 18 years
If you are not qualified for the study, I highly urge you to share this with professionals you know in either field.
Our research study would be a unique contribution to the corporate world in understanding if employees who feel a calling towards their professional actually experience higher career success. It can also support making Employee Recruitment Programs more effective for the human resource departments of various organizations.
We're working on a free program to support new projects that connect AI / ML with IoT and IoMT technologies to address current and future healthcare challenges
The idea is to find out what tools and platforms would be useful across different projects, and then integrate them into a shared "sandbox" that could save time for researchers, and make collaboration between project teams easier. Our long-term goals is to help accelerate development of advanced telehealth applications, in order to improve healthcare access and equity.
If you are or have been involved in related projects, we'd like to ask you a few question (on phone or via email) to get your feedback on the concept.
Send me a message if you'd be willing to correspond, and please refer us to others you think might be interested.
Thanks very much!
Anyone idea about research topic on "Privacy preserving on Healthcare IOT based system"
Privacy preserving on Healthcare Edge or Cloud IOT based system"
Actually , I want to do research or Phd in Privacy on IOT system
I'm trying to find good industry wide data on healthcare turnover (specifically nursing assistants) and how it accelerated during COVID-19. What resources are available? If you don't know specific healthcare data, I will also take general all industry wide acceleration information. Thank you in advance!
How to manage the space allocation i.e. office space for healthcare professional, new clinical programs within the limits of facilities that are already at capacity?
What are the processes in place to allocate space?
The recent changes in the COVID-19 epidemic have led to the emergence of a new SARS-CoV-2 Variant of Concern (VOC), named "Omicron," and the number of Omicron cases were consistently increasing around the world. The health professional's knowledge is of utmost importance to prevent and control the spreading of the SARS-CoV-2 Omicron Variant of COVID-19. In this regard, we would likely to know the level of knowledge and Perceptions of health professionals about the SARS-CoV-2 Omicron Variant; this can provide a greater opportunity to understand the existing knowledge gaps about the novel Omicron variant and to scale up the interventional strategies. Thus, I invite you to participate in this short survey and provide your
valuable opinion regarding the SARS-CoV-2 Omicron variant.
Thanking you in advance
I am thinking about the possibility of developing a predictive model applied to technology transfer processes in healthcare, its main intention in anticipating the success achieved by the parties involved. Computationally, is this possible?
It is the Metaverse's potential to create new directions in healthcare by combining technologies such as artificial intelligence, virtual reality, augmented reality, the Internet of Medical Devices, Web 3.0, intelligent cloud, edge, and quantum computing, as well as robotics. Nevertheless, the more pressing issue is whether it can reduce costs while embedding them all together in a new health metaverse while remaining compliant with regulations.
I am preparing focus groups with health professionals.
The content in general is not going to touch on any sensitive topics.
However, please state your opinion on how to react if someone reports that he/she was a target of bullying, harassments, or was verbally abused by line manager/supervisor/co-worker etc...
What can I should I do if something like that is reported?
Should I suggest contacting occupational psychologist? Talking to someone else from the supervision/management?
In general what guidance could I use to help those people who reveal content suggesting they have suffered at work and what is my role as a moderator for that?
Please share your experience and perhaps some examples from literature.
Many thanks in advance
Burnout is a psychological syndrome, characterized by high emotional exhaustion and depersonalization and low professional accomplishment (see Maslach's definition and MBI scale for measuring it), which is very common among medical residents. In literature, work factors that contribute to physician burnout include excessive workloads, long working hours, specialty choice, frequent call duties, high emotional demands, workplace violence, bullying, bad management and many others. Is burnout a serious concern and what are the main determinants or risk factors for healthcare worker's burnout syndrome in your country?
Dear expert in this field,
Kindly, I would like to seek your opinion on the trend of healthcare policy decisions that are in line with the digitalization of global technology.
I am going to publish a paper on CPD in healthcare.
Please let me know what journals you would consider?
Perhaps you have published some research already and have some experience.
The evolution of Artificial Intelligence is influencing healthcare. With the production of applications such as AI-based biomedical applications, and medical AI systems, etc. Without a doubt, AI is having significant implications on healthcare.
Google Health and Apple are, respectively, closing down and scaling back their healthcare efforts - 23 August 2021:
"What will happen with Amazon's healthcare efforts? Amazon's recently launched Amazon Care has run into scaling issues almost from the get-go, with the unit's head acknowledging they will need "thousands of employees" to scale."
Google is dismantling its embattled health division as the tech giant reconsiders its strategy for healthcare and as the division's chief, Dr. David Feinberg, departs the company to join Cerner - 20 August 2021:
Apple is scaling back a key health project that grew out of its care clinics, and some workers could lose their jobs - 19 August 2021:
I am working on a data mining project and would like to portray the correlation between healthcare expenditure by country and the population's life expectancy/general health and am having trouble finding sizeable data sets.
The ideal is to have both functioning well, but in many medium to low resource countries, this has become an Either/Or decision for Health Administrators.
Primary Health care to reduce the burden of disease and complications of disease and thus reduce the need for specialized care and it's cost.
Specialised care follows all the latest trends and innovations, but usually are very costly. Costs are likely to come down over time, though.
So FOMO medicine: Specialised....
or Affordable rimary Health Care....?
What is your view?
Operations research techniques are used widely in the scientific literature to support decision-making problems in healthcare. However, such methods are rarely applied in practice? What are the obstacles? What could be the solution?
i need references about how to determine the proper reliability and validity test for experimental research. i do research about analyzing validity and reliability of smartwatch for healthcare. it will be compare with the medical instrument result and dataset that i have.
I work on healthcare waste management and am looking for information and potential collaborators who know how to treat organic wastes.