In 2017, worldwide healthcare IT market grew steadily despite cost pressure and political uncertainty. Many enterprises leveraged latest digital technologies to provide remote and mobile healthcare services in an efficient and timely way. At the same time, the new healthcare applications and solutions introduced by various startups even made it easier for medical practitioners to provide mhealth and telehealth services to patients regardless of their current geographic locations. But the rapid advancement in digital technologies has made some of the hottest healthcare IT trends of 2017 obsolete. The healthcare service providers must adopt new healthcare IT trends in 2018 to stay relevant and competitive in the short run. Continue reading Healthcare IT Trends in 2018
David was a renowned chiropractor in the city. “Dr. Dave” they called him.
“He has magic in those hands,” they would say.
“My mother tried yoga, and exercises, and medicines – nothing worked. One appointment with Dr. Dave, and now she goes about like she’s 20!” This was just one such story.
There were a lot more that served to spread his fame. Women and men of all ages would line up from across the city for his adjustments. They would assemble even before the clinic would open. Once, to handle the volume, David hired an assistant, but people would only want David. He had to let the person go. Continue reading Chiropractic Practice Management Software