- If Physicians Don't Use It, Integration Won't Happen: It's through the use of medical technology that it becomes common practice in medical settings. If physicians are not willing to embrace the technology, then it will not gain a foothold in the community.
- Getting Physicians Involved Early Equals Later Success: If a physician is involved in the development of a new technology, they are able to bring expertise to the process, as well as helping to guarantee later success through use.
- Physicians On The Go: No longer are physicians sticking close to the office. Now they're out, checking on patients or away from their desk when they need to double-check findings. By integrating mobile technology, they can have patient information readily available.
- Technology Creates Interest For Other Technology: Integrating technology shows there's an interest in the area, which may cause hospitals and clinics to look into other avenues of technological integration.
By embracing technology, physicians play a key role in the expansion of medicine and making it a stronger base for their patients. Just because there are tools that make patient care easier doesn't mean physicians are out of a job. Their role is even more vital now.