Technology is enhancing the relationship between clinicians and their patients, providing a more seamless and accurate interaction with real-time updates, and the ability to manage health issues remotely, while simultaneously reducing the per capita cost of healthcare.
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Developments in manufacturing, customer service and healthcare mean VR has the potential to change almost all facets of our lives.
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