Explore The Emerging Technologies in HealthCare

Remember those sci-fi movies where doctors used futuristic gadgets to diagnose and treat patients? Well, guess what? The future is here, and healthcare is getting a high-tech makeover like never before. There is no doubt that the healthcare industry is taking over with numerous emerging technologies. So, let’s take a brief look over some of them.


The doctor will see you now, virtually! Remember the days of waiting for hours in a doctor’s office? Well, thanks to telemedicine, those days are numbered. Telemedicine helps patients consult with doctors and healthcare professionals remotely, using video calls, text chats, or even phone calls.

The Telehealth industry has seen a dramatic increase of over 154% during the COVID exposure in the United States. This technology is especially handy for routine check-ups, prescription refills, and minor health concerns. Plus, it’s a game-changer for rural areas where access to healthcare is limited.

Wearable Health Tech

Fitness trackers like Fitbit and Apple Watch have become the new fashion statement for health-conscious individuals. These wearable devices do more than just count your steps; they monitor your heart rate, sleep patterns, and even stress levels. Plus, they sync up with your smartphone, so you can easily track your health progress and set new health goals.

Some popular wearable health technologies are:

Wearable Health Tech Function
Fitness Tracker Monitor physical activity, count steps, and track heart rate
Smartwatch Monitor heart rate, ECG, and track fitness activities
Blood Glucose Monitor Continuously measure blood sugar levels
Wearable ECG Monitor Record electrocardiograms (ECGs)
Sleep Tracker Monitor sleep patterns
Smart Clothing Integrated sensors to monitor heart rate, respiration rate, and activity levels
Sun Protection Wearables or UV-sensing wristbands and patches Alerts for too much sun exposure
Posture Corrector Train users to improve their posture
Smart Inhalers Sensors attach to asthma inhalers, tracking medication usage
Wearable Stress Tracker Monitor respiratory patterns and stress levels

Artificial Intelligence (AI)

AI is making waves in healthcare, and it’s not just about robots performing surgery (although that’s pretty cool, too!). AI algorithms are able to analyze medical images, such as X-rays and MRIs, faster and more accurately than human radiologists.

This means quicker diagnoses and more precise treatment plans. AI can also predict disease outbreaks, recommend personalized treatment options, and even assist in drug discovery. That’s why the Intetics team of software development works hard to create such powerful AI software.

Recently, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has granted over $44 million to GE HealthCare Technologies Inc (GEHC.O) just for developing AI-assisted ultrasound tech machines. 

3D Printing

Think 3D Printing is only for making toys and gadgets? In the world of healthcare, 3D Printing is revolutionizing the way we create customized surgical instruments, prosthetics, implants, and even organs. Yep, you read that right—organs! Scientists are working on 3D printing organs like hearts and kidneys using a patient’s own cells. However, bones, muscle structures, blood vessels, multilayered skin, retinal tissue and mini-organs are already a successful hit for organ bio-printing.

Over 104,234 American citizens are waiting for a transplant, and approximately 17 of them die every day. 3D organ printing could potentially eliminate the need for organ transplantation waiting lists. 

Virtual Reality (VR) Therapy

Virtual reality is finding its way into therapy sessions, too. VR therapy is helping patients overcome phobias, manage chronic pain, and even treat PTSD with a great success rate between 66% and 90%.

By immersing patients in a controlled, virtual environment, therapists can create customized treatment experiences that are both engaging and therapeutic. It’s like stepping into a whole new world of healing.


Your medical records are highly personal, and they should stay that way. Blockchain technology is making data breaches a thing of the past. It ensures that your medical information is tamper-proof, transparent, and accessible only to authorized personnel. It’s like a digital fortress for your health records.

Akiri, ProCredEx, Medical chain, BurstIQ, Patientory, and Guard time are some popular healthcare companies that are already using blockchain for Health Records.

Gene Editing

CRISPR-Cas9 is one of the powerful genomes editing tools which is opening doors to personalized medicine like never before. Scientists are working on treatments for genetic diseases, potentially curing conditions that were once considered untreatable. 

Lulu and Nana are the first-born twins through gene editing using the most amazing gene-editing procedure, Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats (CRISPR).  


From robotic surgeons performing precise surgeries to robot-assisted physical therapy, machines are becoming valuable members of healthcare teams. They don’t get tired, and their precision is unmatched. Robots are taking over repetitive tasks, allowing healthcare professionals to focus on what they do best—caring for patients.

Da Vinci System is one of the top robots known for its excellence in bariatric, urological, and gynecological surgeries.


Emerging Technologies are taking the lead in each and every industry. If you’ve any other tech name in your mind that can change the future, don’t forget to mention it in the comments below. Visit Intetics.com to learn more about such technologies. Have a nice day!