The Duke Institute for Health Innovation developed Sepsis Watch, smart patient diagnosis and monitoring system that analyzes personal data to evaluate patients’ state.
Watson analyzes medical records, patients’ clinical histories, clinical trials, and journals all over the world.
People who don’t have access to healthcare institutions or don’t have proper medical insurance can get informed consultations with AI, and if needed, be connected to medical professionals through a telemedicine application that brings mutual benefits.
AI-powered healthcare assistants offer personalized experiences and help drive better patient outcomes.
Obviously, AI healthcare assistants can’t be proper substitutes for actual medical care, but they can become a bridge between a patient and a healthcare institution.
Artificial Intelligence in healthcare can solve many problems that the industry is struggling with: understaffing, the lack of time for research and informed decision making, limited prediction capacities, and poor patient experiences.