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By 2040 medical care is expected to change dramatically.  The medical field is on the brink of many new technologies that can help medical facilities provide better medical care for their patients.  The healthcare industry is in the midst of a major transformation. New innovations are challenging old ways of delivering medical services, and many providers are struggling to keep up with new demands. The future of healthcare delivery will likely be very different than it is today. How do you know what’s coming? You can look at recent trends in healthcare innovation to see where things may go next. 

Here are 8 Healthcare Innovations To Consider for Better Medical Care in 2022: 


Continuous Medical Education

The biggest problem facing medical facilities today is medical errors due to lack of knowledge on the part of employees or doctors/ nurses not being up-to-par on current studies regarding healthcare. Many facilities are now implementing some type of Continuous Medical Education courses, which are online courses employees can take throughout their career to ensure they have an adequate knowledge base when it comes to changes in ethics, procedures, medications, and medical technology.


Electronic Health Records (EHR) are now being used by medical facilities to keep track of patient medical history, test results, and current medications. EHRs have been shown to help with patient safety as well as reduce medical costs. In 2022, medical facilities should be using some type of EHR system to improve patient care.

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Virtual Care

With the advances in medical technology, it is now possible for patients to receive some medical care from their homes via video conferencing. This is known as virtual care or telemedicine.

Patients can see a doctor for a consultation without having to leave their homes and without having to wait for days to see a medical professional. For medical communities, medical care via telemedicine is much cheaper than in-person medical care which can make it easier to treat patients who are unable to travel for medical attention.

Shared Medical Records

In 2022, medical records will be shared between locations to provide the best possible medical treatment for patients. This would mean you could go to one doctor and they would have access to your medical history from other doctors and locations, making it easier for them to provide more personalized medical care.

Personalized Medicine 

2022 will present medical facilities with some challenges when it comes to providing personalized medicine for their patients due to Genetic sequencing and editing not being fully established. For medical facilities to provide the best medical care they can, medical professionals will have a wide range of medical knowledge and a team approach to medical care. 

This way they will be able to provide better medical treatment for those patients who have rare genetic mutations or illnesses that require multiple specialists to assist.  In 2022, these specialists would work as a team in medical communities to give their patients the best possible medical care.

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3D Printing

3D printing is not new technology but it has made great advances in medicine over the last few years. There are now 3D printers that can print out skin grafts, prosthetic limbs, and even coronary stents. In 2022, medical facilities will implement 3D printing to produce medical devices to ensure medical care is provided cost-effectively.

Medical Device Communication

As medical devices improve, medical professionals will be able to take advantage of medical device communication in order to better monitor their patients who are at home or in long-term medical facilities/ nursing homes. This way they can provide treatment when necessary and prevent medical errors due to lack of communication with the patient’s medical device.  

Patient Privacy Protection

Although there has been much advancement in providing medical care for patients, 2022 will present some challenges when it comes to protecting patient privacy. The technology that allows information sharing across organizations could also pose a threat if that information isn’t kept safe from hackers. 

In the medical community, protecting medical records, medical devices, and medical facilities will be a growing concern in 2022. Additionally, medical professionals need to make sure there is no outside interference during their medical procedures or tests to protect their patients from harm.

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The medical field is ever-changing and we’ve seen many changes in the last few decades. New technology has changed the way we diagnose, treat, and even prevent diseases. Medical care will still have some struggles but with proper use of knowledge and technology, these struggles can be overcome. The more medical communities that work together on patient care, the better medical care we will have available for everyone in need. 

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Ismail Sayeed CEO Medical Director ViOS, Inc.


Dr. Ismail Sayeed

Dr. Sayeed is the Medical Director of ViOS, Inc. He is a deeply committed physician entrepreneur & medical blog writer. While building the global infrastructure of the VIOS Clinic, he is dedicated to educate people on the potential of specialist telemedicine for managing chronic diseases.

Read more about him in his author bio


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