Understanding digital technology trends in healthcare and preventive strategy
Keywords:digital technology, healthcare, internet support, patients, preventive strategy
Current technological trends are not only the result of the lifestyle choices of technology users and the benefits and advantages provided by this technology but also as what technology provides. One of these changes is that jobs and services in healthcare and prevention are now dominated by technology in all its forms. This study looks at various scientific articles published in reputable journals, including Elsevier, Medpub, Google Books, Taylor & France, and other national magazines. We will concentrate on publications published between and to keep the data more up to date. Our review approach includes data coding, in-depth evaluation, and high interpretation systems to capture data and answer research questions using high standards of validity and reliability. This research is in the form of descriptive qualitative research. We found all our data using an online search engine and followed the previous research guidelines. The result is that technological excellence has now been able to renovate and transform medical work into medical tasks, including services and convenience for patients.
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