According to analysts, artificial intelligence (AI) -based applications that are at the forefront of healthcare innovation can provide thousands to billions of dollars in annual savings in this area.
Thanks to the boom in AI healthcare, insurance companies, and venture capital funds are investing in technologies that can effectively guard human health and save lives.
Multimillion-dollar funds are created to invest in AI projects. The three most successful healthcare applications include robotic surgery, virtual assistants, and administrative workflow assistants.
Of course, important decisions are still made by doctors. However, robots provide medical assistance with serious help, improving their ability to see, perform minimally invasive operations, etc.
Robotic automation of processes performs structured digital tasks for administrative purposes, that is, those associated with information systems, as if they were a human user, following specific instructions. Compared with other forms of AI, these technologies are quite inexpensive and quite easy to use, while they use not robots, but only computer programs on servers. Systems are based on a combination of workflow, rules, and integration with information systems, acting as a user.
In healthcare, they are used for repetitive tasks, such as prior authorization, updating patient records, or issuing documents. Most often, they are combined and integrated; therefore, they can work in combination with other technologies, for example, such as image recognition. Perhaps in the future, all of these technologies will be optimally blended for more reasonable and feasible composite solutions.
The company also pays detailed attention to issues related to healthcare and has a complete implementation of AI systems in this area.
The research and clinical community needs to identify physiological parameters based on photoplethysmogram, an optical measurement method for monitoring heart rate. Information on the cardiovascular system is valuable in the diagnosis of various circulatory disorders, for example, excess blood flow or a decrease in blood volume.
In the Crispersoft laboratory, specialists developed a unique complex – a medical bracelet that has a set of both well-known functions and the ability to predict the condition and notify the owner of the risk of any negative changes. The bracelet, unlike fitness trackers, adapts to the state of human health, and the longer the device is worn, the more it gets acquainted with the characteristics of the body and signals about possible violations in time.
Crispersoft’s portable, easy-to-carry, and easy-to-use health bracelet is an example of useful technology for an alternative heart rate monitoring method.
Due to the complexity and growth of data, AI will increasingly be used in healthcare. In many cases, it can perform tasks in this area just as humans, and in some cases, even more efficiently. Crispersoft’s developments already have experience of applying health diagnostics in everyday practice, and research on promising areas is ongoing.