when technology revitalizes the healthcare sector

This is the case of Karen Salirrosasmedical specialist in endocrinology from the Ricardo Palma University in Peru and founder of Smart Doctor. This company serves as a bridge between health professionals and patients through a telemedicine service that eliminates physical barriers to make or receive diagnoses from anywhere. “Technology helps us to be closer to people, both in terms of communication and monitoring their health indicators through the help of connected devices,” says Salirrosas.

In the wake of the pandemic, which has boosted digital consultations, telemedicine platforms have experienced a great boom, as confirmed by the officials of AcceXible and Smart Doctor. Salirrosas values: “Teleconsultations allow specialists who are only concentrated in large cities to access from rural areas.”

data to save lives

To feed the algorithms, data availability will be increasingly relevant, a factor that must be combined with the preservation of sensitive patient information. In this sense, the Spanish recovery, transformation and resilience plan, presented within the framework of the Next Generation European funds, envisages the creation of a health data lake, that is to say a data repository that gathers information to perform massive analysis that improves the identification and improvement of diagnoses and treatments.

Therefore, its integration into shared systems, as well as its processing, will be essential. “We are going to live a singular moment where there will be a large health data warehouse, with interoperable systems in the cloud,” says Ángel Alberich-Bayarri, of Quibim. Sharing data can help advance medicine in the opinion of this expert. “Sharing anonymized medical tests in ‘online software’ and allowing access to professionals will allow doctors and researchers around the world to progress,” he says.

Thus, perhaps leading countries in the field of organ donation, such as Spain, will reinvent themselves to become data donation leaders. With the opening of information, collaboration between experts, from mathematicians to computer scientists and doctors, and the promotion of technology, the health sector is already envisioning a better future for all patients.

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