Health on track


  • TECH
  • Monday, 07 Oct 2019

Liu speaking to his team. Ucare is building an AI to predict hospital bills before a patient undertakes treatment. — Ucare

Wearables, 3D-printed prosthesis, genome-mapping – health tech has given the public and doctors an array of new tools to manage and improve the quality of life.

While the average person is now more empowered to take care of themselves, medical institutions still play a large role in upkeeping public health standards.

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