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Bildungsprojekte für Berufsschulen, Telemedizin- und Infrastrukturprojekte für den Gesundheitsbereich vor allem in ländlichen Gebieten.
Most #healthcare organizations spend a large portion of their budget on tracking hospital equipment. Growing pressure to better manage their existing workforce has compelled healthcare organizations across the globe to adopt effective asset management solutions and #technologies.
According to a recent survey conducted by the Nursing Times, more than one-third of nurses spend at least an hour locating equipment during an average hospital shift. This not only impacts budgets but also compromises the quality of patient care provided.
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The growth of the healthcare asset management market is driven by the need for better asset management in hospitals, acceptance of asset management solutions in the pharmaceutical industry, and a decline in prices of RFID Tags.
In den nächsten fünf Jahren wird der Markt für Cochlea-Implantate (CI)-Systeme eine jährliche Umsatzwachstumsrate von 9,3 % verzeichnen, die globale Marktgröße wird bis 2026 2496,7 Millionen US-Dollar erreichen.
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Human skeleton has changed drastically during the thousands of years of evolution. According to the research published in the PNAS (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America), a multidisciplinary science journal, the advent of agriculture and the subsequent change of human lifestyles from hunter-gatherers to farming-based have caused a considerable reduction in the weight of the human skeleton. Moreover, this has caused a sharp reduction in the bone densities of humans.
Apart from causing a major change in diets, agriculture also reduced the human dependence on running and walking for surviving, which, in turn, caused a huge reduction in the physical capabilities of humans including their bone strength. The advent of machines, the rise of industries and urbanization, and the advent of computers have further reduced the human dependence on physical labor for survival and as a result, our skeletons becoming progressively weaker with each passing generation.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), over 50% of the population in the world currently live in urban areas and this share is predicted to rise to 70% by 2050. This rapid urbanization is giving rise to sedentary lifestyles and unhealthy eating habits, which are, in turn, fueling the rise in the prevalence of osteoporosis across the world. Osteoporosis is a bone condition that occurs when the human body makes too little bone or loses too much bone.
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Kidney stone market is expected to gain market growth in the forecast period of 2021 to 2028. Data Bridge Market Research analyses the market to grow at a CAGR of 4.70%
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Healthcare IT for Africa e.V. (HITA e.V.) realisiert Bildungsprojekte für Berufsschulen, Telemedizin- und Infrastrukturprojekte für den Gesundheitsbereich vor allem in den ländlichen Gebieten Ghanas. Als gemeinnützig tätige Nichtregierungsorganisation ist es die Vision von HITA e.V., mithilfe von eHealth und mHealth Technologien zur Innovation der beruflichen Bildung beizutragen und die Gesundheitsversorgung zu verbessern. Um den größtmöglichen Erfolg zu erzielen, werden wir von Experten unterstützt, kooperieren wir mit vielen verschiedenen Partnern und Sponsoren. Mehr Informationen, Interviews, Präsentationen, Profile, Videos und vieles mehr auf unserer Webseite: http://www.hita-ev.org
The work of Healthcare IT for Africa e.V. is based on two pillars: (1) education and awareness raising and (2) innovative use of ICT for overcoming barriers to service provision. We carry out projects in Ghanaian vocational schools and aim to improve health care in rural Ghana by the means of modern telecommunication technology. HITA e.V. is charitable and a non-governmental organisation. One of the visions is to improve the health sector and support the education system with the usage of innovative technology like eHealth and mHealth. HITA gets support from experts and cooperates with various local and international partners and sponsors. More information, interviews, presentations, profiles, videos and much more on our website: http://www.hita-ev.org/?lang=en [english version]