Rising integration of artificial intelligence in healthcare is influencing the Healthcare Virtual Assistants Market growth

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Jan 27, 2021 (Heraldkeepers) —
Meticulous Research(R)– leading global market research company published a research report titled “Healthcare Virtual Assistants Market by Product (Chatbot and Smart Speaker), Technology (Speech Recognition, Text-to-Speech, and Text Based), End User (Providers, Payers, and Other End User), and Geography-Global Forecast to 2025”.

According to this latest publication from Meticulous Research(R), the global healthcare virtual assistants market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 24.7% from 2018 to reach $1.76 billion by 2025. The growth of this market will be driven by factors such as increasing adoption of IoT, growing internet connectivity and smart phone devices, increasing focus on patient engagement, shortage of healthcare professionals, and increasing burden of lifestyle diseases and need of reducing healthcare costs. However, lack of awareness among healthcare professionals and data privacy

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‘I can make a difference’: Nursing, medical school applications are rising amid the pandemic

Giuliana Palasciano wasn’t sure about her career path when she came home from college last spring to finish out her senior year online. Then she saw the pandemic unfold on television.

“I was watching the news for weeks and was so interested in what the epidemiologists were saying,” said Palasciano, 22, a University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill graduate. “I kind of stumbled into public health.”

Now Palasciano, who lives in Commack, is enrolled in SUNY Stony Brook’s Masters of Public Health program, where enrollment is double what it was last year. Applications are up nationally and on Long Island not only in public health programs, but in nursing and medical schools, and programs for paramedics and EMTs.

“Everything that happened with COVID and the immense amount of interest I had in what the public health field was doing at the time, it made me think this was the

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