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    TECHNOLOGY AND HEALTHCARE… THE YIN AND YANG OF HUMANITY

    Health is the business of life, and it has always been an imperative branch of humanity.

    Some consider them heroes willing to what others have shied away from, willing to take on the responsibilities that come with holding a life in your hand.

    It is important to recognize health as one of the foremost departments and parts of the human existence. Technology has also done a lot in furthering this narrative, constantly pushing the envelopes of human advancement in all ramifications. And these effects can and should not be overlooked as they are contributions to humanity as a whole.

    One of the most glaring ways Technology has contributed to the healthcare industry has been through the Get To Sleep Easy outfit.

    Via gettosleepeasy.org

    A prime example is the $200 hospital bed alternative that is seamlessly integrated with state of the art technology that can detect movements; sense breathing from the patients and alert necessary the personnel in different kinds of situations can make all the difference in the situation of an emergency. These beds, which also serve as the ideal Nurse assistants are affordable, accessible, easy to use and above all, comfortable for the perfect customer or patient experience.

    Get To Sleep Easy does not stop there; they have branched out in the constant search for absolute quality with the development of the ‘Adjustable Wedge Pillow”.

    Via gettosleepeasy.org

    A superior version to the average pillow used in hospitals while costing less. Because of its affordability, comfortability, and flexibility, this pillow is the top choice for not only Hospitals but Charities and other NGOs alike including Engineers Without Borders, Random Hacks of Kindness out of many others.

    Being ultra-portable for disaster and relief places where beds are scarce.

    These factors, when put into perspective properly accentuate both the importance and the dire need for technology in the world of healthcare.

    It might be just the missing piece that can save more lives when the situation arises and what better way to prepare for such than with the absolute quality available in the market.

    Technology and Healthcare go hand in hand, and you can denote a quality Hospital by how far ahead of the curve they are.