MENU × BUSINESS
Banking And InsuranceCryptocurrencyDigital MarketingErpFood And BeveragesHealthcareLegalMarketing And AdvertisingMedia And EntertainmentMetals And MiningOil And GasRetailTelecom
TECHNOLOGY
Artificial IntelligenceBig DataCloudCyber SecurityE CommerceEducationGaming And VfxIT ServiceMobileNetworkingSAPScience And TechnologySecuritySoftwareStorage
PLATFORM
CiscoDatabaseGoogleIBMJuniperM2MMicrosoftOracleOracleRed Hat
LEADERSHIP
CEO ReviewCompany Review
MAGAZINE
ASIA INDIA
STARTUPS CLIENT SPEAK CONTACT US

The Silicon Review Asia

Partnership for Artificial Intelligence and Automation in Healthcare (PATH) to Improve Patient Access to Quality Care

Partnership for Artificial Intelligence and Automation in Healthcare (PATH) to Improve Patient Access to Quality Care

The Partnership for Artificial Intelligence and Automation in Healthcare (PATH), is promoting the use of AI, and related technologies in healthcare in order to move patient access to quality care into the 21st century.

It aims at bringing together health systems, industry, and regulators to find how such technology can develop the delivery of medicine, reduce costs, and enlarge access to healthcare services to people across the globe.

According to Jonathan Linkous, a co-founder, and CEO of the group, “AI and related innovations have already enabled industries such as banking, aviation, and entertainment to grow, provide higher-quality products, and allow consumers greater choice. With spiraling costs, increasing need, decreasing resources, and rapidly advancing technologies, healthcare desperately needs to catch up.”

He adds that one big problem faced by the healthcare industry is its reluctance to embrace new technologies and addressing these concerns have been the reason for developing PATH.

The focus will be on the application of AI, automation, and robotics, which is already being used in the healthcare delivery.

The results are expected to be of the greater quality of care due to better healthcare outcomes.

Linkous was the founding CEO of the American Telemedicine Association and led the growth of the technology from concept to reality.

“Healthcare as a whole is a very late adopter of technology, For example, it’s taken 24 years for telemedicine to get to the point where we are today.” Says Linkous

 

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE

Marketing Partnership: NBA, McDonald’s Will Jointly open NBA Experience Zones India

There is good news for all basketball fans in India. Very soon, NBA themed promotions and experience zones will be launched in India. The announcement...

Dunzo to Raise Funds from Google, others

Dunzo, the app which is trying to make life easier for the people upto some extent plans to raise about Rs. 183 crore from different investors which a...

Sapta Shakti Command Will Be Displaying Defence Technology Equipment at Jaipur Military Station

This event is organised with an aim to provide an opportunity where one and all can experience the developments in the field of defence and security-r...

Samsung is All Set to Roll out Its Galaxy A9 Smartphone On November 20

After Samsung unveiled its new Galaxy A9 smartphone in Singapore last month, the company is all set to launch it in India on November 20. In Singapore...

RECOMMENDED