Technology has enabled the healthcare industry to make serious headway in recent years. In fact, shifting operations and systems to the digital realm—known as a “digital transformation”—helps medical organizations become more efficient, refine treatment options and cut costs. A digital transformation in healthcare could mean anything from digitizing customer records, moving data and applications to the cloud or improving the mobile strategy.
Predictive analytics (PA) is transforming virtually every industry, from sports and banking to healthcare. This technology is essential in advancing the healthcare industry, as it offers a full-fledged idea of what a patient’s medical history looks like and compares it to data from patients with similar histories.
As we see advances in natural language processing (NLP) and related technology fields—including machine learning and artificial intelligence—an increasing number of mobile apps are leveraging such technology. These innovations are impressive considering NLP has only been in the mainstream for a few years.
Dallas is rapidly evolving into a healthcare industry hub. In fact, the health sector in this region of Texas is “greater than the health industry of 34 other states,” with even more growth expected in the coming years. The Dallas-Fort Worth healthcare industry is known for its innovation, too, which is understandable considering the city’s tech-centric culture. This makes Dallas healthcare mobile app development a thriving niche, but also a complex one due to the strict state laws.
We’re on a technology bell curve and we’re moving fast. It’s as if humanity has placed a magnifying glass on innovation that’s transforming us into the Jetsons at an alarming rate. Warby Parker, one of America’s favorite start-ups, has certainly been carrying their share of the weight. Just this month, they released a mobile eye exam that can produce a usable prescription (if you’re lucky). Read More