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Is Indian healthcare ready to harness the power of AI?

Even a couple of decades ago, AI was a story plot in Sci-fi movies. But the story is quite different today! Artificial Intelligence and robotics have had tremendous advancements in the last few years. Today AI has become highly instrumental as a transformational force across all digital spaces, including healthcare. 

It is time for the healthcare industry of India to take advantage of this transformation as AI becomes a part of our medical and healthcare ecosystem. 

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    7 ways Artificial Intelligence will impact the healthcare industry within the next couple of years.

    1. Democratizing healthcare for all

    AI will help expand access to medical care across all parts of the country, even in remote and developing regions. Even with the shortage of trained healthcare providers in such places, AI could deliver diagnostic duties that now require human efforts. For example, the diagnostics provided by ultrasound technicians and radiologists can be done with the help of AI. Imaging tools can be deployed to check signs of tuberculosis and other diseases in the absence of an on-site radiologist. 

    2. Meaningful insights from a vast data pool

    AI implementation in EMR for doctors can help in useful data mining and break data silos. It has the potential to gather important clinical data insights, even from unstructured data. 

    India’s top EMR for doctors, HealthPlix has already leveraged the power of AI to:

    • Provide actionable insights
    • Give a holistic view of patient health
    • Interpret medical data effectively for academic purposes
    • Add intuitiveness to complex clinical care
    • Deliver improved health outcomes for critical/long-term cases

    3. Managing revenue cycle of clinics with ease 

    AI-powered EMRs not only streamline the vast data generated at clinics but also help in effectively managing revenue cycles with a click. A really good and thoughtfully designed EMR for doctors can take away the operational hassles of running a practice. Errors in paper pen health records or the loss of patient data can often lead to insurance rejections. But when all data is digitally stored and maintained with accuracy, there’s higher data compliance. Consequently, there’s no data loss or risk of errors during insurance claims. 

    4. Preventing the risk of molecule interaction and antibiotic resistance

    With new drugs flooding the pharma industry every day, also requires caution to avoid the risk of drug-to-drug interactions. Alongside this, antibiotic resistance is also an increasing concern as people tend to overuse antibiotics. Such drug interactions are conducive to the evolution of microscopic bugs that don’t refuse to respond to antibiotics – leading to fatal untreatable infections. 

    AI can prove to be a messiah in such clinic/hospital scenarios. It can help identify infection trends and alert doctors about high-risk patients. Patient data when properly interpreted can do wonders in infection control and lower the risk of antibiotic resistance. 

    Such powerful technology, incorporated in EMRs is a boon for doctors in providing faster, and more improved healthcare. 

    5. Leveraging medical records to accurately predict risk patterns in patients 

    Medical practitioners are already aware that EMRs are data mines. But extracting this data in a reliable and effective manner is where Artificial Intelligence has a massive role to play. Prompt data analysis and interpretation can become a highly reliable source for predictive measures and fast clinical decision-making. 

    6. Transforming the mobile camera into a diagnostic tool

    Wouldn’t it be brilliant if our selfies could double up as diagnostic tools? In the future, photos clicked on smartphones can become a powerful source of clinical quality imaging and help populations in remote locations where the availability of trained medical professionals may be a rare event. Two specialties that will benefit hugely from such an AI implementation in smart EMR apps are Ophthalmology and dermatology, among others. 

    7. Higher compliance for complex long-term healthcare programs

    A highly advanced AI-powered EMR software won’t just store, analyze, and maintain patient data. It will also offer doctors the power to recognize chronic illnesses in patients and predict the risks associated with such a health condition, even during a recovery phase. Such predictions will help doctors plan a more comprehensive treatment course and increase patient compliance to long-term treatments. Better disease management will eventually lead to better health outcomes at a population level!

    While AI is being called the transformation force of the future, HealthPlix is already ahead in harnessing the power of this technology to empower the doctor community in India. Over 10,000 doctors have already embraced this powerful EMR of the future to accelerate their practice. it is time for you to join this digital healthcare revolution and make the best of this FREE, state-of-the-art, AI-powered EMR for doctors in India. 

    If you are ready to harness the power of AI for your practice, join us in our exclusive webinar for doctors.

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