Exasperated by the ongoing global pandemic, the healthcare system is grappling with the formidable challenges posed by proper and effective disease treatments. Nevertheless, amidst these growing difficulties, the healthcare field has witnessed significant technological advancements, offering promising avenues for disease prediction. Notably, a positive correlation exists between the utilization of technologies and their potential to serve as valuable tools for disease prediction. As our reliance on technological sophistication continues progressing, current research highlights numerous viable options to augment the healthcare sector. This review explores the current state of utilizing technologies and their potential to enhance healthcare, shedding light on their impact and future possibilities. By examining the existing literature, this study intends to provide a comprehensive overview of the diverse applications and benefits of technology in healthcare, offering insights into how technology can be harnessed to improve disease prediction and patient outcomes. Through analysis of the existing body of knowledge, this review aims to contribute to the ongoing discourse surrounding the integration of technology in healthcare, thereby informing future research and guiding policymakers and healthcare professionals in leveraging the full potential of technology to address the challenges faced by the healthcare system.
Manprisio, Rich P.
"How technology may be used for future disease predictions,"
Journal of Applied Disciplines: Vol. 1:
1, Article 2.
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