Why it matters: Impact of automation In healthcare will continue to have a significant impact on both healthcare providers and patients.
Why it matters: The impact of artificial intelligence in ophthalmology is truly substantial. Evidence confirms AI can improve patient access to clinical screening, diagnosis and also reduce costs, particularly in high-risk groups.
Why it matters: The role of AI in vaccine distribution will be very critical in vaccinating the global population against any future pandemic. Vaccine distribution is one of the biggest logistical challenge and I think AI can be leveraged to help us with the equitable distribution of any vaccine.
Why it matters: The role of Artificial intelligence in healthcare documentation is becoming more and more popular. It is currently being used across various hospital settings. But, not everywhere. The question is, what can AI offer our healthcare system. Is it really that important? Here is my take on AI use in the healthcare industry.
Why it matters: Artificial intelligence (AI) has achieved tremendous progress in recent years, in the field of science and medical studies. Futuristic technologies are being applied to diagnose patients and predict suitable medical treatments for preventing health complications.
Why it matters: Artificial intelligence in healthcare business process improvement, has a huge role to play in global healthcare. Almost 50% of the global population doesn’t have access to key health services. Mainly driven by poverty, those who can’t cover the out-of-pocket costs, end up avoiding treatment for as long as possible.
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Why it matters: The role of artificial intelligence in vaccine distribution will be very critical in vaccinating the global population against COVID-19. Vaccine distribution is one of the biggest logistical challenges humanity has faced so far and I think AI can be leveraged to help us with the equitable distribution of the vaccine.
Why it matters: The human body is not infallible, but through the wonders of A.I. research scientists are finding ways to address those imperfections. A.I. has the potential to heal, enhance and make up for the things our bodies lack.
Why it matters: Artificial intelligence (AI) tries to mimic human cognitive functions. It is bringing a paradigm shift to healthcare, powered by increasing availability of healthcare data and rapid progress of realtime analytics. Here are 12 startups in NYC, that are revolutionizing, healthcare in 2021.