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  • Apr 27, 2021

Our world is becoming advance in terms of healthcare and technology.  Since our scientists and doctors are globalizing, there may be a possibility of acquiring good solutions from worldwide doctors and scientists. Data collection is among the finest technique to acquire decent insights so that we have an analyzed report. The information that we gather from research papers, annual reports and datasets are now replaced with highly advance database management system in which all the data and record of a patient is automatically stored by the device. On the contrary, sometimes people are not able to store and process data in their desired manner and they end up misplacing important credentials which affect analyzing the situation of a patient.

On Wednesday, at the WEDI Quest for health equity event, the panelists stated that it is crucial to reinforce the relationship that creates a bridge between public health and medicine. Technology and data go hand in hand since the beginning of time and due to the technology-driven world, you can get a worthy treatment and a highly advanced solution by just relying on it. The data are quite insightful which enables us to understand different possibilities. It is very important to partner up with some of the equity champions, globally as they can add up some values to the situation and can collaborate to achieve a healthy result.

This transfer of the information is helpful for both ends because one sends and the other receives. The scientist also informed that the health information exchange also agreed with social determinants of health being an issue from past few years which in turn creates a large impact on the humans and other living creatures. To make a great difference we need to have regular access to information and the data extracted should be reliable and authentic. Data is a very tricky source and if we are counting, then the sky is the limit but when it comes to using that data to identify different types of barriers, there are yet many challenges we have to face.