Robot-assisted work: Tomorrow’s world already started yesterday – Pero Micic and Fuad Abuschuscha report on this in the interview on ‘Trends in medical technology: The reprocessing of sterile goods today and in the future’.
If your company did not exist today, why would it need to be founded? As an entrepreneur, why would you invest time, money and spirit to build and develop this very business?
A clear strategy for the future is like a puzzle. Imagine you are asked to work on a puzzle with your team, but you don’t know which picture should emerge.
So-called “outcome-based medicine” is increasingly becoming a requirement or prerequisite. That is, it is necessary to prove that the device or procedure you are using is really effective.
The increasing use of so-called digital biomarkers opens up many possibilities. Digital biomarkers are information that exists in digital form and is related to health in some way. This may be, for example, a person’s voice, the nature of which indicates that something is wrong or a risk factor for certain diseases.
Technologies that we all have around us are devices that we wear permanently. These devices will become more and more powerful in the future.
Artificial intelligence, like any other technology, does not have exclusively positive aspects. Every technology comes with its own set of challenges and threats.
Many critics complain that with all this technology and all these systems, the human being could fall by the wayside and that medicine should actually revolve around the human being.
The future of medical technology: is it always about making what has gone before better, or does technology also open up previously undreamed-of possibilities?
Are there promising examples where artificial intelligence in medicine can help people?