How medical technology is growing and with the help of advancement how the health care sector has changed for better.

Ever fancied the Sci-fi movies? Always wondered what year those kinds of advancements will come? Well, ladies and gentlemen the future is here, the future is now. There has been a remarkable growth of technological advancements and especially the health care and medical front has experienced like no other.


Health care sector will never be the same with the kind of technologies that has surfaced up, be it 3D Printing, or augmented reality, or simply artificial intelligence and predictive analysis, drugs, drones and so much more.

Breakthroughs in information gathering, research, treatments, and communications have given medical providers new tools to work with and fresh ways to practice medicine.


Let’s not forget the most obvious way technology has changed healthcare: by providing new machines, medicines, and treatments that save lives and improve the chance of recovery for billions.

Not only do sophisticated medical practices help patients heal directly; new technology has also improved research so experts can make healthcare even more effective.

“Innovation and advancement in medical technology are the backbone of modern medicine and have led to life-changing treatments and cure for patients around the globe,” says JC Scott. It is also transforming the way healthcare information is accessed and communicated. Who speaks of technology does not always speak of machine but also about the way things are looked, thought and processed. This section presents a review of the impact new technologies have on the practice of medicine today.

The most significant influences technologies have had in medicine extend from better diagnostic, therapeutic, surgical procedures to conceptual diagnostics. Technology has reduced the rate of morbidity and mortality from medical errors by providing electronic prescriptions that allow physicians to know if there are interactions between drugs or drug to food 4. Some of these equipment also provide information on physician profiling and disease management by monitoring and assessing the care delivered to every patient.