Medicine Meets Virtual Reality 14

Medicine Meets Virtual Reality 14

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Machine intelligence will eclipse human intelligence within the next few decades - extrapolating from Moorea€™s Law - and our world will enjoy limitless computational power and ubiquitous data networks. Todaya€™s iPodAr devices portend an era when biology and information technology will fuse to create a human experience radically different from our own. Already, our healthcare system now appears on the verge of crisis; accelerating change is part of the problem. Each technological upgrade demands an investment of education and money, and a costly infrastructure more quickly becomes obsolete. Practitioners can be overloaded with complexity: therapeutic options, outcomes data, procedural coding, drug names etc. Furthermore, an aging global population with a growing sense of entitlement demands that each medical breakthrough be immediately available for its benefit: what appears in the morning paper is expected simultaneously in the doctora€™s office. Meanwhile, a third-party payer system generates conflicting priorities for patient care and stockholder returns. The result is a healthcare system stressed by scientific promise, public expectation, economic and regulatory constraints and human limitations. Change is also proving beneficial, of course. Practitioners are empowered by better imaging methods, more precise robotic tools, greater realism in training simulators, and more powerful intelligence networks. The remarkable accomplishments of the IT industry and the Internet are trickling steadily into healthcare. The Medicine Meets Virtual Reality series can readily see the progress of the past fourteen years: more effective healthcare at a lower overall cost, driven by cheaper and better computers.Accelerating Change in Healthcare: Next Medical Toolkit J.D. Westwood, R.S. Haluck, H.M. Hoffman ... (Eds.) 90 IOS Press, 2006 Ac 2006 The authors. All rights reserved. Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery System (CAOSS) Factors Affecting Targeting Using the G. Chami*1, ... Over the past ten years or so CAOS has been applied to most fields of orthopaedic surgery such as joint replacement [1]anbsp;...

Title:Medicine Meets Virtual Reality 14
Author: J.D. Westwood, R.S. Haluck, H.M. Hoffman
Publisher:IOS Press - 2006-01-04

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