The introduction of artificial intelligence into healthcare is developing at an exponential rate and can help improve patient outcomes.The introduction of artificial intelligence into healthcare is developing at an exponential rate and can help improve patient outcomes.AI is making a serious impact on healthcare, from improving patient experiences and reducing medical errors to improving the accuracy of clinical research
AI responsibility on patients health
We are responsible for our patients health, we provide all the medicines that are necessary to maintain the health of our patients. We use the latest technology and science for treating the diseases that may be more prevalent in today’s world.
The HIPAA and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (“HIPPA”) mandates that covered entities, such as health plans, pharmacies and other healthcare providers, meet the responsibilities of patients’ rights. These include the right to access healthcare information by making a request in writing or orally; confidentiality requirements that prohibit sharing of this data with others; access to records/understanding what your doctor has prescribed; reporting changes in vital signs like blood pressure or pulse rate.
Future of AI in Healthcare
The future of healthcare and patients is being defined right now. With AI, we can help shape this future by identifying exactly what tools are needed to make sure that every patient gets the best care possible
Smart and intuitive AI brings about new ways for us to interact with machines, healthcare and patients. It can contribute to patient care in many areas: assist doctors in delivering better medical care, such as cancer treatment, or improve their efficiency and output by helping them do tasks that they were not able to handle before.