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Few years ago people died from diseases such as smallpox now some even survive dangerous diseases such as cancer The question that comes to mind is how and what has happened that helps patients survive The answer is simple and its from the help of technology No matter where we are in the age of today technology always finds its way and surprises us From getting an artificial body part to making your heartbeat everything is there by the help of technology Sometimes people dont even have to go to the doctor all they have to do is open an application in their Smartphone and it will tell them wrong with them and possibly suggest them a medicine This review of the literature will explore how technology has impacted medicine in cost for patients and doctors as well as innovative of treatment and the future outlook for the doctors in terms of research and employment CostFew years ago robotic surgery term would have brought weird look on peoples faces but now more and more people are learning about it and some are getting their degrees in it and going out there to help the world But as we introduce more and more technology to the field the risk of cost for patients will always be there that it will go up According to Hanson 2010 in his article Medical Technology Increases Health Care Costs just spending the night at a hospital as skyrocketed In 20 years the total cost of medical care for the nation has increased from less than 50 billion a year to over 500 billion He also finds the humors side of it by mentioning that it cost about 2500 Hanson 2010 just for delivering a baby But when we take a step back and think why that has happened its because the hospitals have adapted to the latest technology and its very costly When hospital bills increase health insurance companies must
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