- Posted by Next IT Healthcare
- On January 26, 2017
- Digital Health Now
AI is no longer a murky subject. It has transformed many industries and continues to grow. In the past, healthcare companies have dipped their toes into AI, but 2017 will be the year they cannonball. Frost & Sullivan has a similar prediction for this year.
In an attempt to manage chronic disease, multiple healthcare organizations are looking into health apps. These apps will cut cost but there are fundamental features that must be leveraged to make a significant impact.
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