English | 2023 | ISBN: 1032421282 | 200 pages | True PDF | 5.98 MB
The demand for telehealth solutions has been growing exponentially after the Covid-19 pandemic. Hospitals remain understaffed, which leads to staff burnouts and unsatisfactory patient experience. They also find it difficult to use AI to reduce the workload for doctors and nurses. Doctors barely use data collected from wearables and home-use medical devices to make diagnosis. As generative AI advances, traditional medical device manufacturers are exploring with open innovation to transform into a software-based business model facing competition from large tech companies and startups. This book shares the perspectives from different stakeholders around the challenges of the use of AI in healthcare.