Google ‘predicts’ changes in healthcare by AI in 2024

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The business, in a blog post, has explained how generative AI will affect healthcare.

Google has placed a significant wager on generative AI. One of Google’s main areas of focus is healthcare, where the company expects AI to be extremely important. The business, in a blog post, has explained how generative AI will affect healthcare. In 2023, the healthcare industry was shocked, challenged, and inspired by generative artificial intelligence, or gen AI, according to Aashima Gupta, global director for Healthcare Strategy & Solutions at Google Cloud. “In 2024, we’ll see this technology move from experimenting and trialing to real-world use cases, especially in areas that reduce administrative burdens, help clinicians easily find information, assist healthcare call centre agents, and ultimately help organisations run more efficiently,” Gupta said.

According to Gupta, generative AI can also help reduce the cognitive load on caregivers by aiding with clinical recording, making it simple to locate pertinent information, and facilitating the review of big data sets by pathologists, radiologists, and lab personnel. “Make no mistake, humans are more central to the process than ever, but with Gen AI, they have a powerful new tool to do more satisfying work with less tedium,” she added.

According to Gupta, AI will facilitate the collection and innovative reconfiguration of current data. “There are hundreds of millions of electronic health records, diagnostic reports, and PDFs describing patient and hospital conditions that, with the powerful computing of Gen AI, generate new insights and unveil patterns,” she said.

Moreover, Gupta believes that what will matter most is what generative AI can accomplish for a healthcare organization when it integrates information from completely distinct modes, such as lab findings, imaging scans, and patient interviews, in addition to data from various sources. “Bringing these different pieces of information and data together can enable Gen AI-powered solutions to more accurately and safely answer medical questions. It’s just the start of where this richer understanding is headed,” she noted in the blog post.

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