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Exceptional Progress in the AI-based Healthcare Market

A significant amount of investment and resources are required to see a slightest development in the healthcare vertical. But technologies like Artificial Intelligence (AI) are ‘self-running engine for growth in healthcare.’ According to a report of Accenture, when combined with other resources, key clinical health AI applications can possibly generate $150 billion in yearly savings for the US healthcare economy by 2026. This technology has brought a paradigm shift in the healthcare industry, driven by the better availability of medical data and rapid development of analytics methods. AI uses algorithms that promote it to ‘learn’ features from an enormous volume of healthcare data. It then uses this acquired acumen to assist clinical practice….

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The Role of AI in Significantly Reducing Healthcare Costs

According to recent estimations, 20% of healthcare costs are wasted, globally. The fact that this waste includes preventable and rectifiable system inefficiencies, such as care delivery failures, over-treatment, and improper care delivery, is even more concerning. Such inefficiencies can be minimized by technologies like Artificial Intelligence (AI) very competently, ensuring significantly more cost-effective and stream-lined health ecosystems. This technology has been in debate for a long time now. The potential applications of AI based systems are vast and spread over a plethora of industries, healthcare is no exception. Although the technology has not attained its full potential yet,….

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“We are the first and only AI-powered Virtual Nurse Assistant that conversationally interacts with patients starting with a simple phone call.”

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Care Angel – AI & Voice Powered Virtual Nurse Assistants Exponentially Scaling Healthcare Engagement

Fundamentally, healthcare is broken. The phrase “we have a sick-care system, not a healthcare system” is heard quite often. And it’s true. Traditionally, healthcare has operated on a reactive health model instead of a proactive, preventative one. Most insurers and providers only proactively care for about 5 percent of the population, with a labor-intensive model, that is defined as high-risk, which is costly. In addition, traditional fee-for-service payment ….

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