Healthcare is one of the most demanding fields known to man, requiring all of its practitioners to go to nearly a decade’s worth of school, if not even longer. The sector asks the most of its constituents because, when practiced correctly, it adds years to patients’ lives, and helps society in general leaps and bounds.
Here are a few interesting predictions for the future of healthcare’s infrastructure of information technology in 2018, most of which are already true.
Analytical Tools Predict Correct Treatments
In India, there are over 50 online pharmacy startups that have include predictive analytical tools to help detect when patients might be suffering from various health conditions. Patients aren’t at all recommended to use such advice in place of that of a medical professional, although it’s helpful in populations that typically can’t afford to see physicians regularly or navigate their way to visit them. Click Here for more information
Digital Platforms Are Helping Better Healthcare
Many new devices and technologies for existing devices have been developed just for healthcare, virtually all of which have effectively bettered the field of healthcare. Wearable forms of technology are one of the biggest advancements, as patients will require less manual intervention and testing to live healthy lives.
Practices Should Start To More Closely Safeguard Patient Data
Failing to closely secure patients’ personal information could result in identity theft and other negative outcomes, spelling “bad news” for everyone involved with such practices or hospitals.
Passionate Healthcare-Related Information Technology Field Leader Drew Madden
Drew Madden is known around the healthcare industry for providing quality consulting services to those needing assistance with IT infrastructure, Mr. Madden’s specialty. He currently works for Evergreen Healthcare Partners as a managing partner, along with four others with ownership stake operating the business as managing partners, as well.
Mr. Drew Madden had most recently worked for Nordic Consulting Partners prior to getting onboard with Evergreen Healthcare Partners, where his tenure lasted from 2010 to 2016. After his first year in 2010, he became president, a position he filled with excellence until his departure to Evergreen.
Madden attended the University of Iowa, earning a bachelor’s in industrial engineering with a focus in medical systems.