Technology and Health Care | IOS Press (2022)

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Editors-in-Chief

PD Dr. Matthias Lahner
Joint Center Hilden
Ruhr University Bochum
Hilden, Germany
Email:lahner@gelenkzentrum-hilden.de

Prof. Dr. Almir Badnjevic
Verlab Research Institute
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Email:almir@verlabinstitute.com

Past Editors-in-Chief

Prof. Ali E. Engin, 1999-2005
Prof. em. Peter F. Niederer, 1993-2022

Deputy Editors-in-Chief

Bolanle Asiyanbola
Meharry Medical College
Nashville, TN, USA
Email:basiyan@hotmail.com

Makoto Ohta
Tohoku University
Sendai, Japan
Email:ohta@biofluid.ifs.tohoku.ac.jp

Section Editors​​​​​​

Biomechanics

Nenad Filipović
University of Kragujevac
Kragujevac, Serbia

Clinical Engineering, Health Technology Management, Human Factor Engineering

Ernesto Iadanza
University of Siena
Siena, Italy

Leandro Pecchia
Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome
Rome, Italy

Dentistry

Saurabh Chaturvedi
King Khalid University
Abha, Saudi Arabia

E-health

Christos N. Schizas
University of Cyprus
Nicosia, Cyprus

M-health

Melvyn Zhang Weibin
National University of Singapore
Singapore, Singapore

Medical Device Technology

Lejla Gurbeta Pokvić
Verlab Research Institute
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Medical Physics

Sanja Damjanovic
GSI Darmstadt
Darmstadt, Germany

Orthopedics, Arthroscopic Joint Surgery

Wolfram Teske
Ruhr University
Bochum, Bochum, Germany

Public Health, Health Information Systems

Ram Bhagyalakshmi
PSNA College of Engineering and Technology
Kothandaraman Nagar, India

Editorial Board

Shanmugam Balamurugan
Intelligent Research Consultancy Services
Coimbatore, India

Elizabeth Bell Brokaw
MITRE Health
McLean, VA, USA

Gerardo Catapano
University of Calabria
Rende, Italy

Marina Carbone
University of Pisa
Pisa, Italy

Mustafa Citak
Helios ENDO Clinic Hamburg
Hamburg, Germany

Sara Condino
University of Pisa
Pisa, Italy

James A. Covington
University of Warwick
Coventry, UK

Sebastian Dendorfer
Regensburg University of Applied Sciences
Regensburg, Germany

Mark Donnelly
Ulster University
Newtownabbey, UK

Garry Duffy
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (​RCSI)
Dublin, Ireland

Christian Duif
St. Josef-Hospital
Bochum, Germany

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David Elad
Tel Aviv University
Tel Aviv, Israel

Juan Fang
Bern University of Applied Sciences
Bern, Switzerland

Chiara Giulia Fontanella
University of Padova
Padova, Italy

Chandra Babu Gokulnath
Vellore Institute of Technology
Vellore, India

Joachim Hammer
Regensburg University of Applied Sciences
Regensburg, Germany

Jungsoo Han
Baekseok University
Cheonan, Korea

Peter Hilfiker
Swiss Epilepsy Centre
Zurich, Switzerland

Kenneth J. Hunt
Bern University of Applied Sciences
Bern, Switzerland

Christine Huttin
Aix-Marseille University
Marseille, Belgium

M. Sriram Iyengar
University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
Houston,
TX, USA

Yizhang Jiang
Jiangnan University
Wuxi, China

Ashish Joshi
University of Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, NE, USA

Cathal Kearney
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
Dublin, Ireland

Dimitris Koutsouris
National Technical University of Athens
Athens, Greece

Melissa L. Knothe Tate
Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland, OH, USA

Gregorij Kurillo
University of California - San Francisco
San Francisco, CA, USA

Adam Liebert
Polish Academy of Sciences
Warsaw, Poland

Dieter Liepsch
Munich University of Applied Sciences
Munich, Germany

Paul Peter Lunkenheimer
University Hospital Muenster
Muenster, Germany

Frank Lyons
St. James's Hospital
Dublin, Ireland

Peter Manser
ETH Zurich
Zurich, Switzerland

Zlatko Matjacic
University Rehabilitation Institute
Ljubljana, Slovenia

Paul J. McCullagh
Ulster University
Newtownabbey, UK

Matjaz Mihelj
University of Ljubljana
Ljubljana, Slovenia

Marina Milosevic
University of Kragujevac
Kragujevac, Serbia

Giuseppe Minervini
University of Campania ''Luigi Vanvitelli'
Naples, Italy

Hamidreza Namazi
Monash University Malaysia
Selangor, Malaysia

Stanislav Polzer
Technical University of Ostrava
Ostrava, Czech Republic

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Christopher Pulliam
Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland, OH, USA

Vladimir Rogalewicz
Czech Technical University in Prague
Prague, Czech Republic

Jude P.J. Savarraj
University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
Houston, TX, USA

Amulya K. Saxena
Imperial College London
London, UK

Kai-Uwe Schmitt
AGU Zurich
Zurich, Switzerland

Ayush Singhal
University of Minnesota Twin Cities
Minneapolis, MN, USA

Jess G. Snedeker
University of Zurich
Zurich, Switzerland

Min Soon Kim
University of Missouri School of Medicine
Columbia, MO, USA

Ling Sun
Zimmer Inc.
Warsaw, IN, USA

Nirmalya Thakur
Emory University
Atlanta, GA, USA

Mohy Uddin
King Saud bin Abdul Aziz University for Health Sciences
Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Bart G.J. Verkerke
University of Groningen
Groningen, The Netherlands

Kelvin Yeung
The University of Hong Kong Medical Centre
Hong Kong, China

Yudong Zhang
University of Leicester
Leicester, UK

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FAQs

How technology has made impact on health care? ›

Technology in healthcare has provided the healthcare community with advanced tools to improve patient care. Using EHRs, physicians can easily access the complete medical histories of a patient and make an informed decision. Physicians can even use apps to identify possible medication errors and help a patient's safety.

What technology is currently in healthcare? ›

Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology is being used in the diagnosis of diseases, as well as to offer customized solutions.

What are 3 benefits of technology in healthcare? ›

3 Benefits of Technology in Healthcare
  • Faster & More Accurate Access to Patient Records. One of the most widespread uses of technology in healthcare is the adoption of electronic health records (EHR). ...
  • Improved Access to Care. Healthcare access is one of the main barriers to quality care. ...
  • Better Diagnostics.

How can technology be used to improve health? ›

Personal health technology now has the power to collect data from all parts of the body and can report back your results. Monitoring your healthy activities can increase your motivation to exercise, get more sleep and eat better.

Why technology is the future of healthcare? ›

The pandemic undoubtedly accelerated technological advancement and adoption in healthcare. It's now easier and faster for patients to procure medical services outside of the traditional four walls of the medical establishment, enhancing convenience and accessibility for all.

What are the healthcare trends for 2022? ›

“In 2022, I expect healthcare providers themselves will strengthen and formalize training to research and promote telehealth best practices to their clinicians. It's already happening, and I expect to see specialties like mental health and urgent care shifting to a predominantly virtual model in 2022.”

What is the role of technology in health? ›

The role of technology in healthcare has reshaped how we look at patient-care, hospital management, discovering and innovating better drugs, and predicting the course of treatment based primarily on data. The importance of technology in healthcare is deeply-rooted.

What is the goal of healthcare technology? ›

Goal: Help health care providers and patients use health information technology to access and exchange health information. Health information technology (IT) makes it possible for people to access and exchange health information electronically.

What are the latest trends in healthcare technology? ›

Virtual, Augmented, and Mixed Reality

Virtual reality and augmented reality have advanced healthcare technologies significantly. AR and VR have a lot of potentials to offer in the healthcare industry. This technology is extremely helpful for training and surgery simulation, patient treatment, and care.

How technology will change the future of healthcare? ›

The future of healthcare includes technology that seamlessly combines data on a patient's medical history, real-time health, insurance coverage, and financial information all to support provider decision-making, improve patient health, and reduce costs.

Does technology promote our health? ›

Positive effects of technology on health

It's not all bad: there are many ways in which technology can also positively impact our health. For example, digital devices or apps can help to improve our diets, track our fitness activities, act as a reminder to get up and move or take our medication.

What are the top 3 most important advances in medical technology? ›

Here, in order of anticipated importance, are the Top 10 Medical Innovations for 2022:
  • Next Generation of mRNA Vaccinology. ...
  • PSMA-Targeted Therapy in Prostate Cancer. ...
  • New Treatment for the Reduction of LDL. ...
  • Novel Drug for Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes. ...
  • Breakthrough Treatment for Postpartum Depression.
16 Feb 2022

How does technology help society in healthcare? ›

Our ability to store, share and analyze health information is directly tied to improved technology. The use of technology increases provider capabilities and patient access while improving the quality of life for some patients and saving the lives of others.

What are the top 3 technologies that you are focusing on implementing in 2022 23? ›

Summary:
  • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.
  • Data Science.
  • Full Stack Development.
  • Robotic Process Automation.
  • Edge Computing.
  • Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality.
  • 5G.
  • Cyber Security.
4 Oct 2022

Who has the best healthcare technology? ›

The Top 100 Healthcare Technology Companies of 2022
  1. Novartis. Category: Biotech. ...
  2. Stryker. Category: Medical Devices. ...
  3. Edwards Lifesciences. Category: Medical Devices. ...
  4. Centura Health. Category: Consumer HealthTech. ...
  5. Hologic. Category: Medical Devices. ...
  6. Access Healthcare. Category: Software & Data. ...
  7. CitiusTech. ...
  8. Integra LifeSciences.
3 Aug 2022

Who has the best healthcare technology in the world? ›

The answer to the question, “what country leads the world in medical innovation?” is the United States. Medical industry professionals all over the world would have to agree that the top medical technology currently being used around the world has ties to the U.S.

What are 5 different types of software used in the healthcare industry? ›

  • Digital transformation in healthcare.
  • Electronic Health Records (EHR)
  • Telemedicine software.
  • Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM)
  • Hospital Management Systems (HMS)
  • Healthcare CRM Software.
  • E-prescriptions software.
  • Medical diagnosis software.
22 Nov 2021

What was the first technology in healthcare? ›

1895. Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen discovered the X-Ray. At first, many people did not believe the reports of its first uses because it was a shocking and accidental discovery. The X-Ray was first discovered simply because Röntgen was testing cathode rays and their ability to pass through glass.

What are the three ways to describe health technology? ›

Health technology is the practical application of knowledge to improve or maintain individual and population health. Three ways to describe health technology include its physical nature, its purpose, and its stage of diffusion.

What is the greatest trend in healthcare? ›

We will continue to see growth in areas including telemedicine, personalized medicine, genomics, and wearables, with organizers leveraging artificial intelligence (AI), cloud computing, extender reality (XR), and the internet of things (IoT) to develop and deliver new treatments and services.

What is the future of healthcare industry? ›

Beyond episodic treatment, telehealth will continue to expand into the management of chronic illnesses and speciality care, including mental health services. Patients now have easier access to care that is more convenient. In this regard, a National Telehealth Mental Program was announced in the Union Budget 2022.

What is one of the biggest issues facing the future of healthcare? ›

Healthcare Staffing Shortages

Their healthcare demands will steadily outpace the number of primary care and specialty providers as that occurs. Keeping up with the increasing demand will likely become one of the biggest challenges physicians face while serving their patient populations.

What are the 3 aims of healthcare? ›

Improving the U.S. health care system requires simultaneous pursuit of three aims: improving the experience of care, improving the health of populations, and reducing per capita costs of health care.

What are 3 positive impacts of technology? ›

Other ways technology is seen to have a positive effect on society include increased knowledge and understanding, improvements in industry and jobs and an interconnectedness of the world as a result of globalization.

What are advantages of technology? ›

Advantages of new technology include: easier, faster and more effective communication. better, more efficient manufacturing techniques. less wastage.

How technology changed our lives? ›

Technology affects almost every aspect of 21st century life, from transport efficiency and safety to access to food and healthcare, socialization and productivity. The power of the internet has enabled global communities to form, and ideas and resources to be shared more easily.

What are the 4 major digital challenges in the healthcare industry? ›

So, what are the challenges many healthcare systems still face when taking on a digital health strategy? They include interoperability, cybersecurity, privacy and challenging misinformation.

What is innovative technology in healthcare? ›

Today's modern technology allows doctors to make a diagnosis without looking at the patient. Hospitals use robots to deliver food and medicine, and surgeons use robotic arms to serve patients from across the room.

What are the latest advances in medical technology? ›

Next-generation mRNA vaccines are among the advancements likely to change healthcare this year
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What are the most used technology in healthcare? ›

Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Healthcare

With several applications, such as examining patient information and other data, and the ability to develop new medications and improve diagnostic procedures' effectiveness, AI is one of the most important healthcare technologies.

What is smart technology in healthcare? ›

SMART—An App Platform for Healthcare

Using an electronic health record (EHR) system or data warehouse that supports the SMART standard, patients, doctors, and healthcare practitioners can draw on this library of apps to improve clinical care, research, and public health.

What is the most pressing issue in healthcare today? ›

1. The High Cost of Health Care. The problem: Perhaps the most pressing issue in health care currently is the high cost of care. More than 45% of American adults say it's difficult to afford health care, according to a survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation, and more than 40% have medical debt.

What is the new technology in 2022? ›

By 2022, multicore will be everywhere, from wearable systems and smartphones to cameras, games, automobiles, cloud servers, and exa-scale supercomputers. Silicon photonics will be a fundamental technology to address the bandwidth, latency, and energy challenges in the fabric of high-end systems.

Which country has the best technology in healthcare? ›

The answer to the question, “what country leads the world in medical innovation?” is the United States. Medical industry professionals all over the world would have to agree that the top medical technology currently being used around the world has ties to the U.S.

What are the two examples of medical technology? ›

From syringes and wheelchairs to cardiac pacemakers and medical imaging technologies (such as MRI, CT and X-ray machines), medical devices can play a range of roles in maintaining and restoring health.

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