The latest development in medical technology and treatment :
Preventive Care for a Healthier Population :
Nowadays Healthcare is expanding our focus: from healthcare
to health; from patients to people; from clinical facilities to communities of
care. While the acute care system is mature and well-established, the
population health and aged care systems are still developing. In line with
this, Healthcare In No Match will spotlight good health and preventive care
beyond hospitals to the community.
Problem Statement :
“How might disruptive innovations help our population (who
are healthy, at risk, or with illness), healthcare, and social service
providers build sustainable, relationship-based person-centric care models, by
allowing Better ownership of good health?
” The world is seeking now, end-to-end long-term
solutions to Predict, prevent and detect illnesses, and promote community care.
This may include approaches or modalities such as, but not limited to, social
prescription, empowerment, and lifestyle coaching. Your solution and proposal
outcomes should be backed by clinical evidence and data.
Telemedicine & Virtual Medicine :
Telemedicine and virtual medicine are two terms used to
describe the use of technology to provide healthcare services remotely. They
are often used interchangeably, but there is a slight difference between the
Telemedicine is the use of technology to provide healthcare
services remotely, typically through video conferencing or phone calls. It
allows healthcare providers to diagnose and treat patients without the need for
an in-person visit.
Telemedicine is particularly useful for patients who live in
remote areas, have mobility issues, or simply can’t make it to physical
Virtual medicine, on the other hand, refers to the use of
technology to provide healthcare services through virtual reality (VR) or
augmented reality (AR). This allows patients to have immersive and interactive
experiences with their healthcare providers, which can be especially useful for
procedures that require visualization or simulations.
Both telemedicine and virtual medicine have become increasingly
popular in recent years, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, when many
patients were unable or unwilling to visit healthcare facilities in person.
They have the potential to make healthcare more accessible, convenient, and
cost-effective for patients, while also reducing the burden on healthcare