There are not so many countries in the world that has a healthcare system like Iran and United States. These countries private sector is bigger than their public government funded healthcare system. That’s why the startups can deliver real value and fundamentally changing the way we understand and utilize our health care.
Artificial intelligence is gaining significant momentum in healthcare and is forecast to have the potential to significantly transform the industry, as well as the way practitioners interact with their patients. And as machine learning becomes increasingly sophisticated in analyzing big data points, AI has the potential to not only transform healthcare, improve efficiency and accuracy, but set new benchmarks in enabling better patient outcomes.
Encouraging patients to help write and add notes to their personal medical charts—a task typically handled only by medical professionals—may help patients feel more involved with their own care and improve relationships with their doctors, a new study found.
US President Donald Trump has threatened to end government payments to health insurers if Congress does not pass a new health care bill, despite warning that repealing Obamacare would leave millions of Americans without health insurance.