Being at the forefront of the revolution of AI in healthcare, care providers can transform patient outcomes and allow enhanced medical decision-making powered to build future treatments.
FREMONT, CA: The rise of data in healthcare means that Artificial Intelligence (AI) will increasingly be applied within the field. Payers and providers of care are already adopting many AI types, and life sciences and pharma companies. The key categories of applications involve diagnosis and treatment recommendations, patient engagement and compliance, and administrative activities. AI, along with other technologies, can help healthcare efficiently operate to provide better patient care. As time advances, AI introduces new trends that possess capabilities to further transform the industry. Here are the top AI trends for 2020.
Better Ways to Identify Diseases
With the increasing population, AI and ML are also growing to provide new and innovative ways to identify disease, diagnose conditions, crowdsource and tailor treatment plans, monitor health epidemics, develop efficiencies in research and clinical trials, and make operations efficient manage increasing demand. AI, along with machine learning, can help remediate many clinical problems.
Extending Care with Telepresence
The ability of robots in healthcare has reached beyond surgical applications. The robots in healthcare will continue to perform more complex tasks in the coming years. They can help doctors examine and treat patients in rural areas through telepresence, sending medical supplies, disinfecting hospitals, helping patients with rehabilitation or prosthetics, and automating labs and packaging medical devices.
Giving Customized Care
There are many ways computers and machine vision are being used in medicine for diagnostics, viewing scans and medical images, surgery, and several more. It helps doctors know how much blood exactly a woman loses while delivering to provide immediate care to mitigate the mortality of mothers from post-partum hemorrhaging. The technology offers accurate intelligence eliminating the guessing game in the healthcare sector.
Developing Personalized Treatment Plans
Artificial intelligence and machine learning aid in analyzing a person’s genomic information to determine personalized treatment plans and clinical care. In pharmacology, infectious diseases, oncology, and more, genomic medicine are marking a significant impact. Such data helps the medical community better understand how diseases occur and better treat the condition or possibly eradicate it.