AI is moving mountains -- of data, that is.
For decades, more digital health data and information has accumulated than most physicians and patients know what to do with.
AI’s ability to interpret those mountains of data has catapulted the world into the fourth industrial revolution, says Cambia's Chief Artificial Intelligence Officer Faraz Shafiq.
With the help of machine learning, health AI tools now allow us to maximize decades of personal health data to work for those who generated it. For consumers that means radical personalization of care delivery and services, better designed for them based on details as small as their zip code.
Combined with the convenience of mobile integration, Faraz explains that AI is better positioning the health care ecosystem to support people’s proactive and preventative care – wherever they may be on their personal health journeys.
To investigate more about the fourth industrial revolution, read more from Faraz in the Portland Business Journal’s "How Oregon Works: AI evolution is changing work for humans and machines," and CIO Review’s "Reimagine the future of Healthcare - in the palm of your hand."