How artificial intelligence is used in the development of patient treatment regimens: the US experience
An AI-assisted pneumonia care scheme has already saved a U.S. clinic $1,356 per patient, reduced hospital stays by two days, and significantly reduced hospital return visits.
Flagler Hospital in St. Augustine, Florida is using artificial intelligence to improve the treatment of pneumonia, sepsis and a dozen other costly, high-mortality diseases.
Typically, AI is used by large academic medical centers rather than public hospitals. But Flagler Hospital also decided to use it. Continue reading
Renowned practical futurist Michael Rogers claims that IT is well positioned to fundamentally transform “total healthcare delivery.” He expressed this opinion in a podcast on the Healthcare IT News website.
“Health care is one of the disciplines that benefits the most from technological innovation and just in time, because the wheels come off,” M. Rogers drew an analogy with flying cars. Continue reading
What will change?
The principle of continuous training of doctors is a common practice in the developed countries of Europe, America and Asia, in particular in the UK, USA, Poland, Czech Republic, Sweden, Singapore and others. For Ukrainian doctors, such a component will begin to operate in 2019.
What changes await medical workers?
For example, previously a Ukrainian doctor had to undergo mandatory monthly courses before certification, which is carried out every five years – while three years after certification were actually a time of “rest” from professional improvement. Continue reading