Observe the patients and find what they really need
Doctors at the University of Florida Health Center are using artificial intelligence to help monitor their patients to find out how to design hospitals, how to tailor the procedures and processes, how to improve patients comfort and treatment.
The findings will help them develop algorithms that will soon provide besides learning and medium/long term improvement phases even real-time health care recommendations in important real-time situations.
What could be the hospital room of the future?
➡️️ Sensors and cameras track you 24/7
➡️ From vital signs to facial expressions
➡️️ How is light and voice
➡️️ How do you feel
➡️How do you move
➡️ Are you in and out of the bed
➡️ and many other things
More than 350 Gigabytes of data per patient are processed and analysed by AI on the central computer how they are moving, the behaviour, the grimace to decipher complex features, and emotions like e.g. education or hunger.
Goal is that the AI can provide real time health care recommendations, reduce paperwork and present it so that humans can easily understand it.
A new holistic approach 💪
NBC News’ Dr. John Torres on the future of technology in healthcare.
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