Journal of Business and Hotel ManagementISSN: 2324-9129

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Artificial Intelligence-Impact on Healthcare

Artificial intelligence is a hot topic in healthcare, sparking ongoing debate about the ethical, clinical, and financial pros and cons of relying on algorithms for patient care. It could revolutionize healthcare over the next few decades, but only if stakeholders focus on building the right data-driven foundations now.It is also poised to become a transformational force in healthcare. How will providers and patients benefit from the impact of AI-driven tools?At the recent World Medical Innovation Forum (WMIF) on Artificial Intelligence presented by Partners Healthcare, a leading researchers and clinical faculty members showcased the Twelve technologies and areas of the healthcare industry that are most likely to see a major impact from Artificial Intelligence within the next decade.Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) - backed byArtificial Intelligence could restore those fundamental experiences to those who feared them lost forever, in Neurological diseases and Trauma to Nervous system. Radiology Tools - Artificial Intelligence will enable the next generation of radiology toolsthat are accurate and detailed enough to replace the need for tissue samples/ biopsies in some cases.Shortage - Artificial Intelligence could help mitigate the impacts of deficit of Healthcare Personnel, in Underserved and developing regions.Electron Health Record- developers are now using Artificial Intelligence to create more intuitive interfaces and automate some of the routine processes that consume so much of a Doctors and Nurses time.Infection Patterns - Electronic Health Record data with Artificial Intelligence can help to Identify Infection Patterns and highlight patients at risk before they begin to show symptoms. Digital Pathology- and Artificial Intelligencecan deliver accurate and faster diagnosis with extremely large digital images can allow providers to identify minor details that may escape the human eye.

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