Healthcare Innovation

Health Care Innovation
University of Phoenix
Phyliss B. Phillips

Healthcare is never steady; it is ever changing. It has come a long way from the days of piles of paperwork to electronic health records that are accessible to patients, empower consumers, and can be used to tailor health information to individuals. Also the process of surgeries and recoveries. From cutting with scalpels and having large scars that took long periods of time to heal, which was painful; to using lasers resulting in thin scars with less pain and quicker recoveries. Let's look into the one of the newer procedures in the advance health care industry, which is Stem Cell Reconstruction and Plastic Surgery.
Health Care Innovation
Stem cells are undifferentiated biological cells that can differentiate into specialized cells and can divide (through mitosis) to produce more stem cells. They are found in multicellular organisms. Which means, stem cells act as a repair system for the body, and help maintain the normal turnover of regenerative organs, such as blood, skin, or intestinal tissues. Plastic surgery is a medical procedure where you are altering or restoring a part or all of your body

How the innovation will benefit patients or the health care industry
Helping with reducing scars, wound healing, and tissue engineering is very beneficial the patient.   The significant favorable position of undeveloped cell treatment is maintaining a strategic distance from possibly destructive surgical systems and coming about contributor site grimness. Specifically, it can diminish the surgical danger for elderly patients. The skin uniting or fold surgery can be an extraordinary stacking because of poor general status or for patients. Signs are traumatic skin deformity, serious smolder, scar, skin ulcer, sore, diabetic foot, and so on. Foundational microorganism treatment can give successful treatment methodology to the treatment of hard and delicate tissue...