Tag: medtech

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MedTech’s Role in Fighting the Opioid Epidemic

The current state of America’s opioid crisis is one of uncertainty and peril if we are to not make a change sooner than later. More than 90 Americans die every day from an opioid overdose, which includes the mishandling of such prescriptions as fentanyl, codeine, hydrocodone, oxycodone, and more. However, through innovations in medical technology, […]

How Emergency Medical Services Are Advancing And Why That’s Important

As technology continues to advance past one’s wildest dreams, it should come as no surprise that many fields are adapting and developing at a rapid pace as well – mostly for the sake of keeping up with the times. This trend is no exception in the medical field, where new technologies, drug trials, and other […]

The Fight For A More Mobile-Centric Patient Experience

Since a very young age, no one looks forward to going to the doctor’s office. Whether it’s for a routine check up, a scheduled visit due to an illness, or a quick procedure, we have always dreaded walking into that waiting room. While we may not be anxious about an exam or a shot like […]

How Apps Are Making Healthcare Accessible For Low-Income Individuals

Health care’s quality has leapt so far, so quickly; advances in medical technology unthinkable only decades past have rendered the diagnosis and treatment of many illnesses an exercise in simplicity. It’s all the more disappointing, then, that in the age of accessibility, access to adequate health services can be difficult to obtain for those whose […]

The Link Between Healthcare And Technology In Florida

Gradually, we are seeing more physicians and more patients advocate for change in the healthcare industry. Our society recognizes that our current healthcare system is flawed, so we must look towards innovations in tech to compensate for what our healthcare system is so drastically lacking. Recently, a group of startup entrepreneurs, investors, and other business-minded […]

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