Please use APA style, articles must be peer-review and within the last 5 years (2013-2018)
please each sentence must be cited with page no. (e.g. Thosmon, 2015, p. 222) except introduction and conclusion
Please you have to read the materials because all the information provided by my institution so please read them, to make the job easy for you also to meet my assignment’s requirements
Impact Of Technological Improvements In The Public Health System
write a 2,200-word essay of the following topic
The use of Social Media in tracking a public health issue” this is the topic
Social media is having an ever-increasing influence on our everyday lives, with social networking platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. It, therefore, makes sense to consider the impact of social media on health information collection and analysis.
AND address the following points:
- Describe in detail your chosen technology
- Detail how and where this technology is being used (at least 2 examples)
- The impacts on both the patient and the healthcare provider
- Outline two (2) positive outcomes and two (2) risks of this technology from a public perspective and in how we use, access and manage health information (i.e information and data governance).
All work must be referenced. Please ensure you use credible sources of information dated within the last 5 years. credible sources of information ( peer-review articles)
Please each sentence must be cited with page no. e.g. (Thomson, 2014, p. 22) this will help me to locate the info. PLEASE SEE THE rubric pdf to see what you have to do perfectly see below references
Technological advancements in healthcare have dramatically enhanced the experiences for both medical professionals and patients alike. Improved standards and operational efficiencies have the potential to be major sources of economic wealth as well as forces for change in healthcare. A number of technologies have had a profound and positive effect on the health of people around the world. Even with the guaranteed inevitability of technological innovations are anticipated to transform healthcare and drive innovation at a fast pace, however, human factors will continue to remain one of the stable limitations of these breakthroughs.