Top healthcare innovations that changed mental health care in 2023
Today, someone facing mental health issues or is anxious can easily take charge of their mental health on almost any device using online programs. Unfortunately, this was unimaginable a few decades ago.
A challenge here is maintaining the quality of care as we explore the intersection between clinical science and tech entrepreneurship. Fortunately, the last two years saw many innovations that used AI and big data.
In this post, we will show you some healthcare innovations that changed mental health care.
"AI has tremendous potential to empower healthcare’s transition from volume to value"
“The year 2023 was a turning point for artificial intelligence (AI). Machine learning models and AI tools have steadily grown since the concept was first introduced, but this year was the first time generative AI tools became widely available to businesses and consumers” David B. Snow, Jr., Chairman and CEO of Cedar Gate Technologies Source: Forbes
The Intersection Between AI and Blockchain Technology in IVIRSE Ecosystem
IVIRSE is a platform that provides blockchain, artificial intelligence, and digital health solutions for individuals, hospitals, clinics, and research centers. IVIRSE aims to create a universal healthcare ecosystem that connects data management systems and digital health operations, and offers convenient, secure, and personalized healthcare services.
Tech Insights: What Is DeSci and How Can It Change the Healthcare Field?
Decentralized science (DeSci) refers to the use of blockchain technology, and its features such as tokens, NFTs, and decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs). They can be used to manage a variety of organizations, but now a growing number are specifically focused on the healthcare sector.
Recap: Data warehouse & Data lake Seminar
On Friday, January 19, 2024, IVIRSE hosted a seminar on Datawarehouse and Datalake, applications in electronic medical record management, at Venus room, 5th floor, 35 Nguyen Dinh Chieu. The seminar was attended by more than 50 IVI Group employees from various departments and roles.