Countries are in a race to develop contact tracing mobile apps to combat the novel coronavirus spread. This has resulted in a widespread privacy debate over potential security concerns that come along with these apps.
As the world is vehemently grappling with the coronavirus outbreak, technologies such as AI, Cloud and Analytics are being effectively leveraged across the globe to arrest the spread. However, this massive collection of data also invites a debate on existing data-security guidelines and privacy-infringement laws.
Are healthcare organisations addressing the potential ethical, legal, and cultural concerns around application of digital services in healthcare industry?
Healthcare industry is witnessing an advent of tranforming digital technologies such as cloud, IoT, blockchain, and AI. But are the stakeholders ready to embrace this powerful wave of digitization?
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