One of AFMC’s recent blog posts, “Relying on A.I. Applications in the Medical Community,” discusses some of the main uses of artificial intelligence in medicine. While A.I. is pivotal to innovation, efficiency, and practice in the health care industry, the focus must remain on the patient, not the provider. Patients have begun taking charge of their health care decisions. While ease of access to health care is still a barrier for patients in rural areas, technological advancements have helped bridge that gap. Patients now have more control over their health care journey than before. Thus, it’s important that providers stay on top of recent trends in health care technology to remain ahead of the game.
Remote Health Monitoring Apps
Many people have at least one or two health-related apps on their phones. Apps that track a person’s daily steps or monitor sleep patterns are all over the App Store or Google Play store. Technologists have caught on to the trend and developed more sophisticated apps that monitor more critical factors. Here are five FDA-approved health care apps for providers to use in 2023.