The healthcare technological uptick, happened during the recent decades, opened new horizons in curing diseases that were considered as a verdict. With more people having access to the health care benefits, the number of patients and the profit inflow to the industry growth. However, while cutting-edge healthcare technologies aim to increase the effectiveness of the modern standards of cure, they inevitably lead to the multiply of costs and expenses that, paradoxically, make the technology itself less accessible. The industry is perplexed with the question of how health care technologies can provide users with quality-effective services that will also be cost-effective. Nonetheless, despite the apparent need of the affordable solutions, we should keep in mind that the price is only an issue of time frames. But, instead of looking for the price effectiveness that satisfy the basic needs of the industry, we should focus on how to make these topnotch solutions more accessible for people.
Talking about topnotch and future today, we should mention one of the promising realms for healthcare development that is Virtual Reality (VR). The VR industry exponentially develops. It is heading various routes. Though the entertaining branch remains the most known for the public and becomes more and more affordable, the challenges that VR accomplishes in medical industry are outstanding. The VR can offer the amended reality possibilities that can find its appliance in the rehabilitation of the paraplegic patients. These technologies are developing brain-machine interface that can benefit partial recovery in patients with chronic paraplegia. The other project that goes ahead of its time creates the interactive 3D views of CAT scans that expand doctor’s abilities to isolate the disease more accurately. That gives surgeons a deeper understanding of what they will be working with and gives them more chances for “practice” because 3D model helps to work with the tissues and organs as with the real physical objects. And these are only the doorstep of what this technology can potentially open for the common use.
Adopting latest technologies is crucial for the liability of the healthcare system as a whole. The healthcare industry has no place for any compromising solutions as there are human lives are at stake. That is why here in Aryana Health Care Foundation we try to make new health care technologies ideas come true. Julia Hashemieh, Bobby Sarnevesht, and Javad Zolfagahri, the founders of Aryana Health Care Foundation, believe that helping to make world a better place is the cornerstone of their work and, therefore, everything that can be done – will be done. Even though these technologies remain unavailable or partly unavailable for the general use because of the implementing price, the situation can alter dramatically in the nearest future and, we will witness how these futuristic ideas become part of our everyday lives.