Though managing complex clinical data has been a constant challenge for clinicians and analysts, the problem is further complicated by a scarcity of physicians, rising health costs and massive amounts of health-related data.
Enter artificial intelligence (AI), which, according to a recent article published on TechBullion, is poised to play a key role in revolutionizing the health care sector.
“With the volume of data availability growing at an astounding rate along with evolving patient’s demands from their providers, the healthcare domain is ripe for a better change,” the article by Netscribes, Inc., CEO Sourav Mukherjee states. “In such a scenario, AI is all set to penetrate every segment of the healthcare industry.”
Adoption of AI among payers and providers has also resulted in “tighter coordination” involving care, case and utilization management.
“A range of AI applications used in a collaborative way is benefiting the business outcomes of the payers and providers alike,” the article states.
To read the full article on TechBullion, click here.