Healthcare applications have become the mainstay for people who would like to keep healthy and prevent disease and illness before they happen. Our trend snacks below look at how technology, specifically the adoption of AI (artificial intelligence) powered technology can make a difference to the way doctors and patients interact, but also how this technology can aid in offering personalised healthcare via your smartphone device. Continue reading to see the fruits of the partnership between AI technology and the healthcare sector.
FollowApp.Care is an AI powered app that was created to assist healthcare professionals in offering personalised healthcare to their patients. It tracks and documents the patients behavioural patterns and collects their health data, through targeted communications in order to offer them personalised healthcare solutions. After collecting and analysing the data it gives individualised recommendations to the patient. The app was created to improve patient healthcare by influencing patient behaviour.
The Ada app has been created by engineers, doctors and scientists to ensure that patients have healthcare solutions at their finger tips. This personalised interactive AI powered chatbot assists patients in determining what their ailment is, generates a final report and suggests the way forward.
Above: Ada + Annie App work hand in hand
Care Angel has partnered with the Florida Association of Accountable Care Organization (FLAACO) in creating a virtual AI-powered voice healthcare assistant, to help patients in maintaining their overall wellbeing in order to fill in their healthcare gaps and improve healthcare intervention outcomes.
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