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How technology shapes patient experiences

At every point of contact with the health care system, patients are running into technology.

Virtual platforms are making it possible to talk with a nurse almost as soon as a person starts feeling sick. Artificial intelligence models are guiding their physicians and pathologists, helping to detect problems or point to a path forward. Their records are stored in the cloud, connected to a vast ecosystem of other data points to be mined for important insights.

These stories underscore the vast range of technologies that are shaping how patients find and receive health care, from smartphone apps to deliver therapy and bedside bots to channel medication requests to new tools to collect real-world data and wearable watches to detect heart health. They illustrate the exciting advances being made on these technologies, and highlight the challenges to their broader adoption.

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