Future of healthcare

Learn how the medicine of the future will learn not only how to treat disease, but also how to prevent it in its earliest stages.


What is the medicine of the future


Medicine, perhaps the most important branch of human life, has already undergone a remarkable transformation in recent years. Artificial intelligence, machine learning, and other technologies, combined with experienced doctors and their expertise, could revolutionize the field.

Health in the hands of smart technology

The medicine of the future will learn not only to cure diseases, but also to prevent them at a very early stage. Remote medical services (telemedicine) and remote health monitoring will help. And if before the pandemic, remote communication with the doctor seemed inefficient, over the past two years telemedicine has managed to clearly demonstrate its benefits. Now, patients with mild illnesses do not need to go to the clinic and face other patients, and doctors can focus all their efforts on treating severe cases. Efficient use of time and resources is the main task of the medicine of the future.

Wearable technology in healthcare

While wearable technology is most often associated with fitness trackers and contactless payments, the focus on health care is a new trend. Wearable devices are no longer just for counting steps and shopping. Wearable devices can now measure and monitor vital signs such as heart rate and blood pressure. They can even detect atrial fibrillation, measure your body mass index, and use bio-sensor technology to determine if you’re going to get sick. For example, smart watches even from leading manufacturers will soon be able to measure blood pressure, temperature, and blood sugar levels, with more options in the future. 

Health Chatbots

Chatbots are steadily growing in popularity in the healthcare industry. With intuitive programming and well-written responses, they can connect patients with your support system without requiring them to talk to a human.

However, due to the sensitive nature of patient health and medical records, some medical chatbots cannot offer users a safe and user-friendly interface. Currently, medical chatbots are used to:

– make appointments

– Reminding users to take their medications

– check users’ health status

– collect feedback on in-person consultations

Business benefits of chatbots. Implementing simple functionality with a high degree of accuracy ensures that users get improved access to medical consultations along with high quality care.

AR and VR in healthcare

Augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) applications are changing the way healthcare professionals do business. From teaching complex procedures in medical school to diagnosing diseases with deeper analysis of body scans, AR and VR in healthcare continue to advance the industry in ways that were considered impossible just a short time ago.

AR and VR are already being used to:

– Display detailed body scans

– Distract patients from painful procedures

– increase the accuracy of diagnoses

– explain treatments to patients

– show how the patient’s body will respond to treatment

– teach complex procedures to medical students

To improve user interaction, designers are working to develop AR and VR controller systems that make displays more responsive to human interaction. Most modern controllers are basic, but when it comes to distracting patients from invasive and unpleasant procedures, soothing and believable immersion can make all the difference.

Inclusive Design

As societies around the world embrace inclusivity, so does UX design. Instead of focusing on one specific group when developing an app, take a more inclusive approach so that your software can reach many more people. This is especially important when it comes to developing user experiences in the healthcare industry.

It wasn’t that long ago that special features were added at the end of the design process last. Nowadays, inclusive design is at the forefront of any new project, especially when it comes to healthcare app development. To make sure your healthcare app is accessible to the largest possible audience, take all of these characteristics of your users into consideration:

– Abilities

– Cultures

– Gender

– Age

– Mental Condition

– Languages

Keep in mind that a large percentage of medical app users will have some form of disability, temporary or permanent. Not to mention that anyone can suffer from short attention spans, irritability, and concentration problems.

Large amount of data

The latest advances in technology have significantly reduced the cost of storage and computation, enabling you to store and process ever-increasing amounts of data. Today’s technology allows you to store and process more data for less cost, giving you the ability to make more accurate and informed business decisions.


Telemedicine is rapidly becoming one of the most rewarding advances in medical technology. Instead of visiting a doctor’s office for a consultation, patients can now be treated remotely using medical apps, remote monitoring tools and video consultations.

With the rise of influenza-like viruses such as the coronavirus now spreading around the world, the benefits of telemedicine applications are becoming even more evident. Telemedicine not only improves the quality of patient care, but also reduces the risk of the spread of infectious diseases.

how we will be treated in the near future

Predictor Doctor

In contrast to political and sociological forecasts, which often foresee global processes of a negative and even catastrophic nature in the future, forecasts concerning science are usually replete with bright prospects. Practically at every historical period of civilization development, medicine has been predicted to cure mankind of all diseases, to shockingly increase life expectancy, to become immortal and to have new physical and psychophysiological properties. These predictions have never fully materialized. People continued to get sick and die, and medical science continued to develop steadily

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The prospects for experimental and clinical pharmacology are likely to lie in the area of individual drug delivery using nanoparticles, which will make micro-dose treatment possible with minimized side effects and complications. A fierce struggle will develop between pharmaceutical companies to master advanced technologies of drug delivery to cells and tissues.

Long life issues

The problem of cancer, despite continuous developments, is likely to be relevant for at least 100-150 years, and the underlying mechanisms of carcinogenesis will not be disclosed, as they are related to the basic biological causes of life and death at the cellular and subcellular levels. Treatment of cancer diseases will be primarily based on mass prophylactic examinations using updated rulers of oncomarkers with detection of early stages of the disease.

Large-scale changes»


  1. Biopharma
  2. Genomics
  3. Artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotics
  4. Cloud computing
  5. Big data
  6. VR technologies
  7. Wearable devices
  8. Integration System
  9. NFC

Technologies we will use in the future

Health sensors for portable diagnostics

Surgical and android robots

Thought Control

Social media and its impact


Augmented reality

Technologies are changing the world around us, moreover, they are doing it quickly. But if we talk about medicine, we can say the following. Technology will not solve the problems facing the world’s health care. But a person can no longer cope on his own, so it is necessary to create a balance between the introduction of technology into our lives and the preservation of human relationships between the patient and the doctor.


There is no doubt that the next few years will require innovation and fresh perspectives in healthcare. However, healthcare stakeholders have never rested on their laurels in their quest to provide innovative and quality services that benefit everyone. Modernizing organizations for speed and efficiency, adapting to the ecosystem model, and scaling innovation to drive meaningful change are just some of the ways healthcare players and patients alike can benefit.

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