Authors: Dan Alexandru Szabo, Nicolae Neagu
George Emil Palade University of Medicine, Pharmacy, Science, and Technology, Târgu Mureş, Romania
Background. Leadership, communities, and the individuals who produce technology all need to shift their value systems to use technology equitably and sustainably. Several examples of technology applications seek to undermine human rights, human justice, and fairness. As a result of the fact that it makes it simpler for patients to participate in the process of fulfilling their medical requirements, digital health has the ability to play a role in the innovation process that is taking place within the healthcare business. In today’s world, there has been considerable growth in the number of intelligent technologies and sophisticated equipment (such as smart wireless and wearable sensors) used to monitor and treat patients’ diseases rapidly. This is done by giving patients fast access to critical health indicators and conducting continual evaluations.
Aims. The purpose of this research is to describe and examine novel methods for using newly developed technology in the medical industry. This study’s objective is to analyze the many ways modern technology is being incorporated into the healthcare system to serve patients better. We will primarily emphasize Artificial Intelligence (AI), Virtual Reality (VR), the use of Smart Phones, Exoskeletons, and several other types of robotic technology.
Conclusions. Several uses of artificial intelligence (AI) technology may be found within the healthcare industry. These technologies have been developed to support medical imaging and diagnostic services, combat pandemics, provide virtual patient care, increase patient engagement and adherence to treatment plans, reduce the administrative burden on healthcare professionals, and monitor patients’ compliance with exercise regimens. Because of their ability to precisely assess patients’ development, cutting-edge technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) should be included in augmented reality (AR) rehabilitation systems. In addition, creating a system based on augmented reality that can be used on mobile devices may help achieve other advantages, such as remote patient recovery monitoring and the provision of real-time attention at reduced cost.
Keywords: innovations, technology, artificial intelligence, healthcare.