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A health-management company in Arizona is expanding its use of AI to detect risk factors in Medicare Advantage patients by scanning doctors’ notes to automatically flag patients who need additional reimbursable care.

Minor disruptions in routine can cause serious setbacks in individuals with learning challenges and other neurological disabilities. The time may be ripe for combining AI with chaos theory to predict effects and outcomes.

Healthcare consumers are open to interacting with AI chatbots as long as the interaction involves general health information, not patient-specific advice or results from exams.

The wearable technology market reached $23 billion in 2018 and is projected to more than double to $54 billion by 2023, according to a new report from GlobalData.

Duke University researchers have used AI to boost the resolution of optical coherence tomography (OCT) to improve medical images across fields, from cardiology to oncology. Their findings were recently published in nature photonics.

Blockchain may be a future solution for the FDA to leverage medical recalls.

Digital services and consulting company Infosys has teamed up with the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) have formed a partnership to develop new technologies and systems in precision medicine.

Overall health status may soon be measurable by applying AI to electrocardiogram data, according to a journal from the American Heart Association, Circulation: Arrhythmia and Electrophysiology.

Urinary tract infections make up a significant portion of microbiological screening in diagnostic laboratories, yet nearly two-thirds of samples come up negative. But AI has the potential to improve the process by reducing the number of query samples and enabling diagnostic services to concentrate on those that many have actual infections.

A team of researchers from New York University are dedicating work to ensure that AI remains a force for good as the technology becomes more prevalent across many industries––including healthcare.

While most of the action around healthcare AI beyond the U.S.’s southern border has so far been in research, tech-focused startup companies based in Mexico have been popping up to push things forward with entrepreneurial energy.

Patients covered by CNA Insurance for long-term care will be getting reminders to take their medications via an AI-based app supplied by Groove Health.