DIGITAL INTELLIGENCE CAN EMPOWER HEALTH CARE …yet it remains a laggard sector compared to others  

Digital intelligence has had a significant impact on the healthcare industry but there is so much more than can be done. With the advancement of technology, healthcare providers are now able to deliver high-quality care to patients more efficiently and effectively than ever before. In this blog post, I want to explore how digital intelligence is influencing healthcare, so please stay with me and let’s explore this together-heck maybe it will evoke the creative brainchild in you to think-up something brilliant for your health care group! 

1. Remote Patient Monitoring

Remote patient monitoring has become more accessible with the use of digital intelligence. Patients can now monitor their vital signs, such as blood pressure, heart rate, and glucose levels, from the comfort of their own homes. This has been especially beneficial for patients with chronic conditions who require frequent monitoring. 

2. Telemedicine 

Telemedicine is the use of digital communication technologies, such as video conferencing, to provide medical care to patients. This has been a game-changer for patients who live in remote areas, where access to medical care may be limited. Telemedicine has also been used to provide mental health services, such as counseling and therapy. 

3. Electronic Health Records (EHR) 

Electronic Health Records (EHR) have made it easier for healthcare providers to access patient information quickly and efficiently. EHRs allow healthcare providers to track a patient’s medical history, medications, allergies, and test results. This information can be shared easily among healthcare providers, leading to better-coordinated care. 

4. Big data analytics 

Big data analytics has made it possible to analyze large amounts of healthcare data to identify patterns and trends. This has led to the development of predictive models that can help healthcare providers identify patients who are at high risk for certain conditions, such as diabetes or heart disease. This allows healthcare providers to take a proactive approach to patient care, potentially preventing serious health complications. 

5. Artificial Intelligence (AI) 

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the potential to transform healthcare in several ways. AI can be used to analyze medical images, such as X-rays and MRI scans, to identify abnormalities that may be missed by human clinicians. AI can also be used to develop personalized treatment plans based on a patient’s medical history and genetic information. 


In conclusion, digital intelligence is having a profound impact on healthcare-at least for those who believe that so much more can be done. It has made it possible to provide high-quality care to patients more efficiently and effectively than ever before. With the continued development of advanced sciences and digital technology, we can expect to see even more advancements in healthcare in the future.  

Vic LeBouthillier  
President of Streamline Healthcare


Vic is a Streamline Healthcare team leader which is a group of healthcare professionals and software engineers who work with clients such as the US Military to improve mental well-being, large and small government and private healthcare groups and are passionate about working for start-ups.   

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