Telemedicine platforms are using predictive analytics to reduce bottle necks and improve patient flow. This session will explore how virtuwell, a leading telemedicine platform from St. Paul, is using forecasting and prediction algorithms to analyze patient data and do systematic follow ups, connect patients with the right clinician at the right time. Telehealth environments are now funneling relevant data to electronic medical records, leading to a reduction in total healthcare cost and helping doctors to spend more time with their patients. Infusing these platforms with machine learning algorithms will mean better diagnoses with less human effort not only on acute conditions but also on some chronic conditions. We will see how AI is used in cardiovascular diagnosis, Lung cancer detection, ophthalmic analysis, diabetic retinopathy and other areas. We will also explore how AI powered Smart IOT devices in the future will help in decreasing the cost of delivering healthcare services while improving the quality of life for patients.
Using AI and IoT in Telehealth to Predict Patient Outcomes
MCC Room #204
2:15 pm - 2:45 pm