According to the World Health Organisation, about 1.5 billion people access e-health services across Asia and Africa. In developing countries, health technology helps overcome the lack of universal and reliable access to information and communication technology.
With the development of recent technologies and in lieu of the COVID-19 pandemic, the future of healthcare is unfolding in front of all of us. Over the last few years, we have familiarised ourselves with a wide range of digital technologies that have improved the world of healthcare.
When you are learning surgery through observation, it is not just about learning the steps. It is about learning the whole experience of what goes in and around the operative area.
Over the last few months, the COVID-19 pandemic affected millions across the world. It shook the healthcare ecosystem in many nations and brought to light a long list of lacunas in healthcare systems, the operations of healthcare workers and the digital gap in the healthcare industry.