Using Internet of Things data to reduce fall risk

The healthcare industry is ripe for change. From chronic illnesses, such as heart disease and diabetes, to risk assessment, there are countless opportunities where technology can enhance clinical workflows, improve experiences and elevate overall care.

As physicians today face high rates of burnout and patients demand increased attention from their doctors, artificial intelligence is emerging as a credible solution to such problems. It is freeing up doctors’ time and allowing them to administer care both more attentively and effectively.

The discipline, inclusive of machine learning and deep learning, is already making impressive waves in the world of healthcare today: predicting senior falls, changing oncology, expanding access to care in remote areas and much more.

Here’s a look at some of the ways in which AI is helping healthcare organizations to make significant improvements in patient experience and outcomes.


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