The healthcare industry has always been a tough nut to crack. With a large number of patients, each with their own set of symptoms, conditions, and complications, it’s no surprise that doctors and therapists are often unable to provide the best care they can.
AI has the potential to revolutionize the healthcare industry by providing therapists with an easy way to treat their patients and provide them with the best possible care. Most importantly, AI can help therapists deliver better care by identifying gaps in treatment plans and recommending changes that will lead to better outcomes for patients.
Till 2021, roughly 20% of healthcare organizations around the world had embraced AI in their healthcare infrastructure. This percentage is expected to grow as more entities come to understand how AI can help them better serve their patients and improve outcomes.
AI Helps Therapists Give Their Patients More Personalized Care
AI helps therapists give their patients more personalized care by providing them with the tools to better capture and understand their patient’s needs.
Therapists use AI to help them collect data about their patients and their progress so that they can understand how well their treatment plans are working. This information is especially helpful for therapists who work in group settings, where they might not have time to carefully monitor each patient’s progress on a day-to-day basis.
AI also helps therapists give their patients more personalized care by providing them with the tools they need to be able to see things from the perspective of other people. For example, if one of your friends has just been diagnosed with depression, AI can help you think about how you would respond if he or she came to you for advice about how best to manage it.