There could be a greater focus on digital health technologies in 2022, after a recent report revealed medical professionals believe it could have a huge impact on healthcare provision.
What’s more, 38 per cent consider artificial intelligence (AI) to be the most exciting emerging technology in the healthcare sector, as it includes machine learning, robotic process automation and predictive analysis.
This means staff can be alleviated of endless administrative tasks, freeing up their time for more valuable jobs.
As much as 72 per cent of healthcare executives said they would trust AI to carry out non-clinical, administrative processes, as this tends to take time away from their patients. By giving paperwork to AI, clinicians can focus on providing better quality care.
What’s more, 40 per cent are looking forward to the potential AI has to improve diagnosis and predict outcomes.
A scan of the brain, in addition to machine learning of standard memory tests, will enable the diagnostic tool to provide earlier detection of cognitive decline. Presently, a combination of CT, PET and MRI scans, as well as lumbar procedures are required for a diagnosis.
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