What is augmented reality in medicine? Augmented reality, or AR, is a relatively new technology in which a computer-generated image is superimposed on the user’s vision of the world.1 To create this augmented reality, hardware such as headsets, smart glasses or mobile devices are used. The difference with virtual reality is that the user keeps… Read More AR in medicine. The future?
Types of research – a deep dive into case studies. Quantitative Quantitative research uses a statistical interpretation of, among others, observational data using predetermined methods. It is the type of research that is most published by medical journals but is by no means the only one. Qualitative Qualitative research is more used in the social… Read More Research methods in innovation.
Why use a digital health app? With more than 90,000 digital health apps being added in 2020 alone, physicians are bombarded with download options as much in their professional life as in their private life.1 However, not all apps are equal, with the top 110 apps accounting for almost 50% of all downloads.1 So why… Read More Sorting the wheat from the chaff. Choosing a digital health app.
Understanding digital transformation in medicine. An introduction.
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Listen to this post as a podcast instead. What is it? Telemedicine is, as its name explains, medicine at a distance. This can be synchronised in time with both doctor and patient being in contact at the same time or asynchronous with a time lag. Telemedicine has existed in one form or another as long… Read More Telemedicine – a brief introduction.