In Pediatric clinics of North America
Artificial intelligence (AI) in the last decade centered primarily around digitizing and incorporating the large volumes of patient data from electronic health records. AI is now poised to make the next step in health care integration, with precision medicine, imaging support, and development of individual health trends with the popularization of wearable devices. Future clinical pediatric cardiologists will use AI as an adjunct in delivering optimum patient care, with the help of accurate predictive risk calculators, continual health monitoring from wearables, and precision medicine. Physicians must also protect their patients' health information from monetization or exploitation.
Gaffar Sharib, Gearhart Addison S, Chang Anthony C
Artificial intelligence, Cognitive computing, Machine and deep learning, Natural language processing, Robotic process automation