Written by Krames
Artificial Intelligence (AI) in health care is expected to be an $8 billion industry by 2022. While AI has the potential to revolutionize health care and become a powerful patient data tool, some are concerned about the lack of reproducibility AI can bring.
Dr. David Gregg, chief medical officer at StayWell, says AI’s success—both now and in the future—will still rely heavily on the experiences of caring for patients as human beings. In this Healthline article, he also discusses the importance of continuing to address the emotional aspects of health care and reacting to the unknown.