AI in Healthcare: A Revolution on the Horizon?

Artificial Intelligence is advancing into healthcare, and it’s ripe for disruption.

Healthcare is a sector that has many problems. Spiraling healthcare costs, closed hospitals, capacity issues and staff burnout are just a few. Can artificial intelligence solve some of the issues facing hospitals and healthcare providers today? Progress has been made, albeit not as quickly as we would like.

A recent Capgemini study reveals that while interest in healthcare AI may be high, the level of acculturation among C-level executives remains low, particularly for those organizations who would most need it — pharmas. medtechs. and hospitals. Data is the problem, according to the authors of the study. The authors of the study, led by Charlotte Pierron Perles, say that improving the care pathway for patients and improving the delivery of care remain at the top of organizations’ agendas. Capgemini surveyed healthcare organizations and found that only a third prioritized the availability of patient data. \”We don’t see any major improvements from 2021 [the previous year of the study].\”

It’s good to know that healthcare providers are increasing their AI efforts. Tony Ambrozie is the CIO of Baptist Health South Florida. He says that \”the healthcare industry has begun to implement AI and Machine Learning solutions with increased scale and sophistication.\” \”AI and Machine Learning will enhance their ability to make meaning of the vast amount of data available,\” says Tony Ambrozie, CIO at Baptist Health South Florida.