Ahead of discussing a Challenge on 'How can we bring data and AI driven approaches to Primary Care?' at Intelligent Health UK 2022 (6-7 April, ExCeL London), we asked Omar-Learbuch-Butt, Faculty - Market Access Specialist, National Association of Primary Care (NAPC) -his thoughts on the future of AI in healthcare.
If you could solve any global health problem in the world with AI, what would it be?
Presuming that was solved, what would your second choice be?
How do you think AI will make its biggest mark in healthcare in the next 5 years? 10 years? 20 years?
What excites you most about the application of AI in healthcare?
Reducing suffering for those with disease and preventing suffering for those at risk
What’s your biggest fear in relation to the application of AI in the health/medicine field?
How do you think AI will cause human contact in healthcare to change in the future?
It will make it more efficient and purposeful
What does AI mean for the skill requirements of health professionals? How will it change?
The Intelligent Health team