Medical Care in the Digital Age
Medical care is something that always changes and adapts with new technological advances, and this is something that has taken leaps in recent years. If there is an industry that would benefit from greater connectivity, it is the vast and complex healthcare system. New technologies unavailable only a generation ago can allow greater information to get into the hands of both professionals, and the general public. The way services are delivered has changed and especially so in the last year with the emergence of the Covid-19 pandemic. There have been fantastic innovations and adaptations in the face of this adversity that would not have been possible a decade ago.
Millions of IVF babies have been born through IVF, but a significant number of cycles still fail our patients. There is a lot of room for improvement in infertility healthcare, among them are, to get patients pregnant faster, reduce treatment “dropout”, and reduce embryo “wastage” and more. Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to enhance our diagnostic and prognostic capabilities, minimize variability and error, and maximize precision and speed of IVF treatment.
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