What are the types and uses of technology across the health care industry?

Technology Trends Presentation Camellia Little University of Phoenix HCS/483 Tanita Durant September 13, 2021Sit Dolor AmetINTRODUCTIONIn today’s presentation the following points will be discussed:What are the types and uses of technology across the health care industry?Which technology trend did you select? Why?What are the benefits of the selected technology that support quality initiatives?What impact do they have?What are the privacy risks and security safeguards of the selected technology?What strategies will be used to evaluate system effectiveness of the selected technology?What is management’s role in this technology initiative?What are the educational and training needs for the use of the selected technology?types and uses of technology across the health care industry• Telemedicine• Optical imagery for diagnosing disease• Electronic health records• Telehealth• Video translation services• Dictation services• Medical equipment• Health care robots• Neural engineering• Intelligent mobile devices• National health care information networkTrend Selected: Robotics TechnologyWhy did I select Robotics Technology??The long-term effect and innovative possibilities of robots in healthcare are huge. New technologies provide great benefits to patients and healthcare workers. While the human touch is definitely irreplaceable in healthcare, there is no doubt that the rising use of technology, particularly robotics, has great potential.benefits of Robotics technology that support quality initiativesPrecision and consistency are greatly improved in surgical robotics.Jobs that are repetitive in nature could be automated with ‘service robots,’ reducing money and avoiding problems with human staffing, such as calling in sick or having childcare emergencies, which cause service delays.The employment of robots in surgery has a profound impact on healthcare delivery and patient well-being. Patients experience shorter hospital stays, less pain, a significantly faster recovery period, and smaller incisions with fewer risks of infection, little blood loss, and scarring due to the precision.Robotic surgery allows doctors to do more complex procedures while avoiding the invasiveness of traditional surgery. (Laparoscopic MD, 2015)Impact of robotics on healthcareRobots in medicine relieve healthcare professionals from repetitive, time-consuming duties, freeing them to focus on more critical jobs and enhancing safety and cost-effectiveness.They are capable of precise surgery in small locations and transport hazardous chemicals.Robots are helping in surgery, and because of this, physicians can do complicated surgeries with tiny incisions.Robotics is already having a significant effect on medicine in other fields.Privacy Risks of Robotic TechnologyIn order to realize and sustain these benefits, robots must be designed and deployed in the healthcare setting in a manner that maximizes their safety, security, and sensitivity to user privacy. (Simshaw, Terry, Hauser & Cummings, 2016) Privacy Risks Include:• Mitigating loss or theft of sensitive information• Protecting sensitive information at rest, in transit and in use• Protecting access to sensitive information with strong authentication• Improving security and privacy policy complianceSecurity Safeguards and Strategies of Robotic TechnologyThere are several strategies used when it comes to increasing a medical robot’s safety. The two foremost ones are outlined below:Redundancy: Since the probability of two components failing at the same time is significantly smaller that the probability of just one component failing, duplication or even triplication can be used as a method of increasing safety.Limited operation: As the error probability increases with complexity, it is possible to make a system safer by limiting the potential functions it can perform. This can involve limiting the degrees of freedom or breaking down complex motion into movements along a single axis at a time. (Prouskas & Oakman, 1996)Strategies used to evaluate system effectivenessStrategies implemented for assessing the efficiency of robotics in health care are baseline standards of contemporary method:Patient compensation surveysPost-market investigation.Management’s role in robotics TechnologyThose in this role are tasked with setting departmental goals, ensuring facility compliance with regulations,preparing budgetscreating work schedulesThe position requires:strong analytical skillscommunication skillsleadership skillstech-related skills like adaptability.educational and training needs for the use of Robotic technologyAn associate’s degree in robotics technology from a technical or vocational institution is required of robotics technicians.Coursework focuses on creating and programming electrical, mechanical, and hydraulic systems.Robotics engineers must hold a bachelor’s degree.Engineers have more complicated responsibilities and are required to know more about robotics and mechanical engineering.ConclusionHealthcare is a field that needs a personal touch. Nothing can replace the significance of a compassionate human being. The outcomes of technology and the potential of future technology, including more intelligent robots – are undoubtedly very promising.The irreplaceable importance of human touch must be balanced with the tremendous advantages of technology and robots,