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Kagan: Why telemedicine is not really transforming healthcare

Two years ago, when Covid-19 hit the world like a sledgehammer and everyone was staying isolated, telemedicine got a huge shot in the arm. We all thought this was the next generation for the healthcare industry. Now, we see that while there has been...

True Corporation turns ambulances into virtual ERs with 5G

Paramedics wear AR glasses to transmit images in real time to the hospital Thailand’s True Corporation and the Nopparat Rajathanee Hospital in Bangkok's Kannayao district are supporting the deployment of 5G technology in ambulances to make it possible for EMTs to better prepare patients for...

Kagan: MedSign Qortex TV-based telehealth systems for elderly

There seems to be an explosion of new companies and technologies in the telehealth or telemedicine arena. Recently I met with MedSign International CEO Tom Conroy and VP of Marketing Robin Sharp. They briefed me on their new service called Qortex, which is a...

AIS 5G, robots join the COVID-19 fight in Thailand

Robots will be distributed to 20 hospitals that provide care for COVID-19 patients, said AIS exec Recent numbers reveal that Thailand has reported a total of 2,369 COVID-19 cases and 30 fatalities since January, and while faring better than some, the country is still fighting...

Four ways 5G is transforming the medical field

From farming to gaming to driving to work, 5G is promising to be a ubiquitous force There doesn't seem to be a single vertical that isn't being transformed by the next generation of cellular technology. From farming to gaming to driving to work, 5G is...

ZTE, China Telecom complete 5G remote diagnosis of new coronavirus

ZTE also working with China Mobile on hospital network in Wuhan ZTE Corporation and China Telecom have realized what it claims to be China's first 5G remote diagnosis of the new coronavirus pneumonia backed up with the latest 5G technology, ZTE said in a release. The...

Columbia uses Verizon’s pre-commercial 5G to test VR for telemedicine

Columbia’s research team is working at Verizon’s 5G incubator in New York Columbia University’s Computer Graphics and User Interfaces Laboratory is currently experimenting with virtual reality (VR) using pre-commercial 5G technology from Verizon to develop new telemedicine solutions. Trials are being carried out at they Alley,...

AT&T on smart hospitals: challenges and benefits of health care IoT

Smart hospitals, AT&T and IoT Nadia Morris, head of innovation at the AT&T Connected Health Foundry in Houston, presided over a session titled “Connecting smart hospitals with care at home” at this year’s TMForum Innovation InFocus conference. Morris highlighted problems in the health care industry,...

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