The ability to look into your bones without invasive operations, the ability to peer back in time. Health data from flat screens onto and into a patient's body
AR is already in dentist clinics, nursing, medical imaging and education, pediatrics, remote surgeries. In the future, AR is likely to be taken out of operating rooms onto smartphones. Patients will see how time and unhealthy lifestyles may affect their bodies
AI in detection and diagnostics, in health trends analysis, personal health assistants, care chatbots, potential adoption is immense. An experienced practitioner elaborates upon AI advancement in the near future, on the challenges that await. Will AI manage and rule the healthcare of tomorrow, to what extent and how?
Robotic surgery, ingestible sensors, connected inhalers and contact lenses. Depression, hygiene, heart-rate, glucose monitoring. Motivation and analytics. Internet of Medical Things provides it all and can do more, if identified challenges are addressed