Here are a wide range of stories that focus on gene-related technology, including divergent opinions on the value of genome sequencing, the use of genetic biomarkers, and the often-inconsistent actions of the FDA. We also present advances in 3D printing, VR, AI and robotics – all at the intersection of Cyber and Healthcare.
This issue contains stories covering the gamut from smartphone innovations, wearable technology, and 3D printing to genetic testing, treatment of mental illness, and the new Shared Economy – all at the intersection of Cyber and Healthcare. We trust the journey is rewarding.
Not surprisingly, 2017 was a year of increasingly significant advances in “Digital Health”—scientists changing the healthcare landscape through the application of technology. We will endeavor in 2018 to continue to find Digital Health innovations that will interest our readers.
We trust you will agree that there might be no better place to start the last issue of the year than to see what’s happening with “Dr. Google”. We also come full circle to our first issue and discuss more developments in “wearables”.