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How AI helps In Healthcare

By digimantralabs247 ·
Computer-based intelligence or AI is helping to conquer any hindrance, streamlining procedures and decreasing the workforce while improving the nature of care for patients.

AI in medical services
1. Treatment Design
2. Medical Records and Other Data
3. Medicine Creation
4. Advanced Consultation
5. Wellbeing Monitoring
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Smart Healthcare

by alexanealessia In reply to How AI helps In Healthcar ...

From a few years all industries are rapidly developed and updated by using the latest technologies. AI is the latest advanced technology that is based on human imagination. IoT and AI both are advanced technology which helps peoples to monitor body checkups at home.

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Hi, Im an Engineer, AI Enthusiast

by engineeringera In reply to How AI helps In Healthcar ...

There are quite a few emerging uses for AI. One of them, is for software development. Builder.ai has an AI at the core, which lets the user build applications as per their liking. Basically, this lets a software, create another software.
Nowadays you professionals can allow AI to engineer AI....how cool is that!
~Engineer.ai

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IoT in Healthcare

by smithnennry123 In reply to How AI helps In Healthcar ...

IoT technology is the latest advanced technology that is used by every business industry to grow up business and run smoothly. The Healthcare industry also uses the IoT technology to save the patient's life.

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AI in Health Care

by deborasumopayroll In reply to How AI helps In Healthcar ...

Artificial Intelligence was initially conceptualised in the 1950s with the goal of enabling a machine or computer to think and learn like humans. AI is widely used by companies like Facebook (e.g. recognising who is in a photo), and Google (e.g. providing search suggestions, or identifying the fastest route to drive). However, in the healthcare industry, AI has only made small steps towards a vast and multidimensional opportunity.

Radiology - AI solutions are being developed to automate image analysis and diagnosis. This can help highlight areas of interest on a scan to a radiologist, to drive efficiency and reduce human error. There is also opportunity for fully automated solutions – to automatically read and interpret a scan without human oversight – which could help enable instant interpretation in under-served geographies or after hours. Recent demonstrations of improved tumour detection on MRIs and CTs are illustrating the progress towards new opportunities for cancer prevention. Meanwhile, a company in the USA has already received FDA clearance for an AI-powered platform to analyse and interpret Cardiac MRI images.
Drug Discovery - AI solutions are being developed to identify new potential therapies from vast databases of information on existing medicines, which could be redesigned to target critical threats such as the Ebola virus. This could improve the efficiency and success rate of drug development, accelerating the process to bring new drugs to market in response to deadly disease threats.
Patient Risk Identification - By analysing vast amounts of historic patient data, AI solutions can provide real-time support to clinicians to help identify at risk patients. A current focal point includes re-admission risks, and highlighting patients that have an increased chance of returning to hospital within 30 days of discharge. Multiple companies and health systems are developing solutions at present based on data in the patient’s electronic health record, driven in part by increasing push back from payers on covering hospitalisation costs associated with re-admission. Other recent work has demonstrated the ability to predict risk of cardiovascular disease based purely on a still image of a patient’s retina.
Primary Care/Triage - Multiple organisations are working on direct to patient solutions to triage and give advice via a voice or chat-based interaction. This provides quick, scalable access for basic questions and medical issues. This could help

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AI in Healthcare

by yugapatil38 In reply to How AI helps In Healthcar ...

Artificial intelligence offers various favorable circumstances over traditional examination and clinical dynamic methods. Learning calculations can turn out to be more exact and precise as they cooperate with preparing information, permitting people to increase extraordinary bits of knowledge into diagnostics, care measures, treatment inconstancy, and patient results.

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AI helps In Healthcare

by Smith987 In reply to How AI helps In Healthcar ...

One of AI's biggest potential benefits is to help people stay healthy so they don't need a doctor, or at least not as often. The use of AI and the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) in consumer health applications is already helping people.
Technology applications and apps encourage healthier behaviour in individuals and help with the proactive management of a healthy lifestyle. It puts consumers in control of health and well-being.
Additionally, AI increases the ability for healthcare professionals to better understand the day-to-day patterns and needs of the people they care for, and with that understanding they are able to provide better feedback, guidance and support for staying healthy.
FewCommon Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Health Care
Managing Medical Records and Other Data
Doing Repetitive Jobs
Treatment Design
Digital Consultation
Virtual Nurses
Medication Management
Drug Creation
Precision Medicine

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There are quite many

by michaeljohnny199 In reply to How AI helps In Healthcar ...

Because a lot of things work on data like DNA matching, whenever there is data AI can be implemented. New technologies of VR and AR can be used for surgery and also for the learning students. The advantage of AI over humans is that it can process millions of amount of data in a number of ways in just some time.

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