How Value-Based Care is Being Impacted by AI Technology

By Ashley Halsey
Published 07/08/2020
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There’s no denying that AI technology is changing the world as we know it. As the technology is being increasingly developed, the impact is becoming more and more integrated into society. The truth is, when it comes to AI, we’re not even scratching the surface.

One of the largest and most important affected industries in the world is the healthcare industry, and today, we’re going to explore exactly what these changes are and how AI is redefining healthcare as we know it.

Increased Cost Efficiency

Since AI can be developed in a way that is coded, and then you have that tool for life, there are massive cost savings to be made across the board. Imagine an AI system that can handle and process a ton of medical records and data, thus removing the need for a human to carry out the task, thus saving the wage. This saved money can then be invested in other things.

Improved Decision Making and Lives Saved with Advanced Data Processing

There’s no denying that one of the biggest benefits AI has is being able to handle vast amounts of data at once and can, therefore, detect and observe patterns that no human nor group of humans could ever comprehend.

In the healthcare industry, this will redefine the way medicine and treatments is operated. With large processed data, physicians can make accurate and well-informed decisions like never before, enabling them to give proper treatment with minimal risk and the best results.

Disease Detection Technology

“Since AI can have unrestricted yet secure access to patient records and data, as well as connected files, AI will have the potential to detect potential diseases in people, or at least accurately define the risk of someone getting a disease, even if they don’t contract any symptoms,” explains Joseph Carter, an AI blogger at Draftbeyond and Researchpapersuk.

This means that healthcare providers will be able to have a lesser workload having to diagnose illnesses, but can instead spend more time educating patients, reducing the risks of contracting diseases, and focus on other forms of prevention.

Enhanced Teamwork

Teamwork has always been an essential aspect of the healthcare system and industry, no matter what are or part of it you’re looking at. With the ability to share and process patient and medical data like never before, all thanks to AI technology, teamwork has never been easier.

With the integration of both team members and computers, even when the team members are all over the world, treatments and cures can be found quicker, as can methods of prevention to stop problems happening in the first place.

Clinical Activities Managed by AI

Think about all the routine clinical activities that need to be carried out every single day at any given medical facility, from a doctor’s surgery to a hospital. All these tasks are time-intensive and use up so much energy and resources from practitioners and physicians in their days.

However, with many of these clinical activities handled, managed, and processed by AI technology, physicians will have more time and energy to focus on more important and higher-value tasks before. This means increased levels of accuracy with tasks at all levels, a higher level of productivity, and more output, as well as easier lives for all.

For example, consider the EMR machines that monitor the vital signs of patients. With AI tools, physicians wouldn’t have to routinely take time to manually check and monitor these machines but could invest be fully managed by AI, and physicians would only need to get involved when some tasks need to be carried out,” explains Josie Quinn, an IT expert at Writinity and Last Minute Writing.

Enhanced Patient Experience Through Education and Self-Service Opportunities

One of the biggest issues that the healthcare system of present has is being able to educate the everyday patient in medical terms or allow them to comfortably get through the system and medical processes.

Let’s say someone elderly gets diagnosed with cancer and has very little knowledge about what the means and the treatments they’re going to go through. This can be a very stressful and overwhelming time for everyone involved, both the patients, clearly, and the physicians who are trying to explain what’s happening in ways the patient can comprehend.

With AI technology, AI can learn how to convey this information over in a way that works, saving physicians time and energy, and helping to improve the patient’s experience in the best way possible. This technology can then be implemented across the board into other customer and patient-facing services, such as receiving information, managing appointments, and reminding people to pay bills on time.

Ashley Halsey is a professional technology writer at and who has been involved in many blog projects to educate people in what modern technology has to offer the world. She enjoys travelling, reading and attending networking meetings.