Technology drives change and that’s easily visible in the healthcare space. Over the last several years we’ve seen the introduction and growth of electronic medical records (EMR), the adoption of telemedicine, and the truly remarkable ability to create 3D printed body parts. Looking forward, AI is poised to significantly disrupt healthcare as we know it today. This week’s Domain Knowledge looks at the use of AI to drive more connected patient care and better patient outcomes.
One of the biggest game-changers in healthcare is data, lots and lots of data. Industry watchers say AI could change health care — and it’s already happening looks at ways AI is being used to make data actionable.
The article, AI Moves Into Homes, Hospitals As Connected Home Care Grows, addresses the role AI plays in a better, more connected, patient experience.
This Forbes article How Exponential Technologies Are Shaping The Future Of Healthcare highlights the must read book You and AI: A Citizen’s Guide to AI, Blockchain, and Puzzling Together the Future of Healthcare by Rajeev Ronanki. The book provides a blueprint for companies utilizing tech to reshape the future.
The State of AI in 2021: Language models, healthcare, ethics, and AI agnosticism assesses the use of machine learning in the pharmaceutical industry. It also includes a link to the State of AI Report 2021, which is free to download.
That’s a wrap for this week’s review of news and happenings in the healthcare AI space. In closing, I’ll leave you with an invitation to learn more about the benefits of using an end-to-end AI platform to manage multiple applications across your health system and offer you a personal demo of Ferrum’s platform and growing AI catalog.
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