The 21st century is characterized by elevated levels of technology. Ideally, technology is being incorporated into our daily lives as a way of increasing efficiency. In regards, the health sector has made a huge leap as far as using technology in its daily errands. As a result, this has increased the outcome of the patients. Deadly diseases such as cancer and diabetes reported to be among the major killer diseases are now under control hence reducing the number of deaths. The context of this paper aims at evaluating the technologies innovated in a bid to improve patient care.Patient care technologies has seen the introduction of better care. Better care is more improvised for nurses. The current level of technology such as the internet is compatible with a number of devices such as smartphones. They are increasingly flooding the market hence making access to solutions easy. In regards, better care is utilized by nurses to search and look up for solutions from evidence-based treatments as well as guidelines easily. This implies that patients are attended to easily without much waiting. Better care also narrows down to use of electronic health records. Electronic health records involve a collection of patient data throughout the various visits to the health institution. Ideally, electronic health records help keep track of the positive or negative progress of the patient. This helps the medical practitioner come up with decisions that in one way or another impact the outcome of the patient. Besides, electronic health records reduce the ease at which data is compromised. In the past data used to be stored in files that sometimes went missing. Records were lost hence clinical decisions were more illegitimate and depended on the patient’s current status without considering the history. From a personal experience, in the past, file retrievals on every hospital visit prompted for a new card which cost a certain fee. This was time consuming as medical practitioners would find it handing relating the history of the disease to administer the right medications. Compared to the present, electronic health record help monitor the progress of the patients. This decreases the risk at which wrong medications are administered.Technology as far as healthcare is concerned has seen the introduction of electronic charting. As explained earlier, this has improved workflow among the nurses in terms of accessing information via the internet. Decisions made are also influenced by nurse informatics specialists as well as dealing with the various challenges. The various challenges met include lack of enough skills to operate the systems hence calling for training among the nurses. Nurse informatics by use of technology help incorporate theories in offering medical assistance. One of the theories applied include Kurt Lewin’s theory of change. The theory as discussed by Bhattacherjee & Hikmet (2007) encourages the use of a tactical approach that works towards implementing and evaluating the various decisions The introduction of technology in healthcare has also seen the launch of care anywhere. Care anywhere mostly focuses on the aging population directed with mobile technology via the internet by use of services such as telemedicine. Aging population have complications that constantly need the doctor’s attention in administering of drugs. The family can administer drugs without the presence of the doctor but by receiving instructions from the doctor via the web services. Moreover, first aid procedure can also be derived from health- based phone applications.In regards to patient care technology, the most significant technology advances narrow down to use of evidence based research. “The Right Balance –Technology and Patient Care”, (2018) indicates that evidence based research involved the use of data collected from empirical studies to help improve the quality of healthcare. Evidence based research in return lowers the cost incurred in accessing medical care services. A number of the systems used in offering medical care are provided by the government. Consequently, this reduces the cost in accessing medical care from medical care as compared to private health institutions that overcharge patients.Results achieved from evidence-based research are more factual. They involve empirical data denoted in percentages to help interpret changes in terms of rises or drops. Just to emphasize, evidence based practice incorporates the PICOT format. Each letter in the PICOT format represents various factors. P stands for population. Population represent the number of patients suffering from a specific disease to help determine its prevalence in a region or country. I on the other hand represents intervention. This involves the moves made by the government or non-governmental organizations documenting the various way to adopt in a bid to accommodate the population of the disease. C represent comparison whereby the disease is compared with the past records of individual as well as the whole population in terms of rise or drop in numbers. O represents outcomes whereby the current status of the patient after medication is assessed.Basically, the incorporation of technology in health care systems has tangible results. The results include minimizing of errors as well as buffering the consequences that come about as a result of common errors. Errors in one way or another works towards the detriment of the patients. However, use of technology help reduce the rate at which the errors recur to create more damage. Besides, other than reducing errors, it helps detect errors before more or damage is caused hence yielding positive outcomes among the patients. In relation to the context of this paper, more and more inventions are bound to be made in the health sector. As a result, the innovations call for better and trained staff who can operate the systems with easily without much supervision. There is the need for a trained staff that will ensure a reduction in the number of errors involved with offering medical help to patients. The government should also come with policies that will tend to regulate access of health services from private health institutions.