More and more, healthcare in a hospital setting feels impersonal. But in today’s world, artificial intelligence technology can actually help make care much more customized and personalized. For instance, it can minimize risk of infection by reducing your stay, get you discharged faster, put you in to treatment rooms more quickly, and even contain you and your payer’s costs.
AI technology can also couple connected devices like blood pressure cuffs and scales with care pathway programs to electronically transmit them to medical record systems. It also balances staff workload to keep team members fresh and productive.
So how do we deliver on the promise of this technology in reality? How do we fine tune as we go and make it work for patients in Tampa General Hospital’s 1,007 beds?
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