FREMONT, CA: Fourth industrial revolution revamps the arena of Artificial Intelligence (AI). This pace of innovation has brought about medical marvels that enhance medical care and save lives. New techniques have proved to be profoundly disrupting the field, compelling both the doctors and patients to integrate them into health care procedures effectively.
AI-driven algorithms help in achieving day-to-day work routines and tasks, quicker with more precision. Deep learning could simplify the medical image analysis process. One day, AI may be capable of reading more medical images faster than anyone could memorize and compare them to an exponentially bigger catalog. Well-implemented AI can provide physicians with more time to meet, educate, reassure, and follow up with patients from repetitive assignments. It can also reduce burnout and enhance the quality of health care. Electronic Health Records may be able to make the same profits. Integrated AI can make logging entries, consolidating documents, and extracting information from external sources such as the smartwatch or mobile device of a patient more comfortable.
Health care is on the verge of adopting advancement every moment, and most notably, individuals need empathy when they're sick. Patients expect doctors to be with them, know what they are going through, instantaneously. And it's the worst situation if they don't have an empathic doctor. Enforcing AI as a health care efficiency tool would counteract future gains in relationships between doctor and patient.
Many of these large tech players have been provided, with a lot of publicity. The core of care for the patient is being delivered, at hospitals and ambulatory sites, proving to build a secure connection between human-doctor-patient.