With advancements in technology and the application of medical web development in today’s hospitals and healthcare facilities, doctors are now able to serve a bigger volume of patients. Patients are now able to receive better quality and personalized service. But how exactly has technology changed the medical status quo? In this article, we seek to establish this.

Digitization of patients’ records

Gone are the days in which hospitals and medical facilities would have rooms and rooms of paper records. Thanks to technology, we have a digitized system that allows patients to be recorded, uploaded, stored, and retrieved within seconds. This has streamlined services and medical procedures tenfold.

What medical facilities now have to do is properly train the nursing and administrative staff on the methodologies and techniques. Also, the efficiency and performance of the system rely on the technical expertise and know-how of coders and medical billers. These professionals are instrumental in the development of the system and collaboration with suppliers and service providers.

Patient care  

Technology has made it possible for doctors to offer sound, professional advice to patients from a distance. Both parties only need a smart device and connection to working and stable internet. This has proved crucial for patients who are unable to make daily or regular visits to the hospital due to one reason or another.

Improved analysis and diagnosis

With electronic health records available by a press of the button, doctors are able to access and analyze patients’ records more comprehensively. In addition, they have the aid of computerized systems and computers that can help analyze and process data. Doctors and medical professionals can now make better and more informed decisions and diagnoses regarding patient’s ailments.

Streamlined workflow

Medical billers and coders are at the core of streamlining services and other medical products. The coding system that they have created is what administrative staff use to enter patient data. This allows for data to be processed faster, for patients to be processed easier, for services to be rendered more efficiently, and for bills to be processed and paid in a more effective manner.

The cost of healthcare

As much as healthcare is all about the rendering of services to the public, it is where medics and other professionals get their bread and butter. With faster processing speed and more streamlined services, facilities are able to make considerable savings for each patient. This is translated to bigger profits


The implementation of the HIPAA has provided the means through which patient health information has been secured. Medical staff is now more conscious of the way that they process, store and share information.

Healthcare facilities are now shying away from ‘bring your own device’ policies and are using company-owned devices (laptops, tablets, and smartphones). Once they have been configured by the IT department, staff are able to communicate easily and securely.