Quantum computers are devices that use the properties of quantum physics for storing and processing information and performing computations. The basic unit of memory used in quantum computers is a “quantum bit or qubit” instead of “bits” used in classical computers. Quantum computing is a technology based on the principles of quantum physics, which brings together the ideas of classical information theory, computer science, and quantum physics.
The main goal of quantum computing is to remove the barriers responsible for limiting the speed of existing computers. Implementing quantum computing in healthcare can help the healthcare industry to diagnose and treat complex medical conditions with excellent efficacy.
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Quantum computing might bring supersonic drug design, in silico clinical trials with virtual humans simulated ‘live’, full-speed whole genome sequencing and analytics, the movement of hospitals to the …
Potential applications run the gamut from streamlining clinical trials to optimizing back-end functions for payers and providers, and could be used in practice within a few years.
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