AI Healthcare companies and providers simplify the lives of patients, doctors, and hospital administrators. Whether it’s being used to discover links between genetic codes, to power surgical robots, or even to maximize hospital efficiency, AI has been a boon to the healthcare industry. It is at the forefront of innovations in health care, bringing billions of dollars to various sectors over the past decade. Top AI applications in health care include robot-assisted surgery, virtual nursing assistants, dose reduction, and much more. One of the world’s highest-growth industries, the AI sector was valued at about $600 million in 2014 and is projected to reach $150 billion by 2026

PathAI 

PathAI is developing machine learning (ML) technology to assist pathologists to aid in accurate cancer diagnosis. Its goal is to reduce errors in cancer diagnosis and develop methods for individualized medical treatment. Furthermore, PathAI has worked with Bristol-Myers Squibb and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to expand its AI technology into other healthcare industries.

Google Health & DeepMind

Google’s DeepMind Health AI software is being used by hospitals all over the world to help move patients from testing to treatment more efficiently. The program notifies doctors when a patient’s health deteriorates and helps in the diagnosis of ailments by combining its massive dataset for comparable symptoms. DeepMind’s health team merged with Google Health to build products that support care teams as well as improve patient outcomes. It also taps into AI’s potential to help in cancer diagnosis, predicting patient outcomes, averting blindness, and more. Furthermore, under the leadership of Dr.David Feinberg, it contributes to improvement in app development, data security, cloud storage, as well as support care teams to improve patient outcomes.

Google DeepMind
Google DeepMind

IBM Watson Health

IBM Watson Health is one of the leading healthcare AI companies committed to building smarter healthcare systems with simple processes, better care, faster breakthroughs, and improved experiences for people around the world. They can assist with healthcare consulting services by evolving healthcare organizations into integrated ecosystems of providers, payers, and researchers. It extends support to healthcare organizations that are changing their business and operating models. 

IBM Watson Health
IBM Watson Health

Buoy Health

Buoy Health is an AI-based intelligent symptom checker that uses algorithms to diagnose and treat illness. A chatbot listens to a patient’s symptoms and health concerns and guides the patient to the correct care based on its diagnosis. Harvard Medical School is one of the many hospitals to use Buoy’s AI to help diagnose and treat patients more quickly.

Buoy Health
Buoy Health

Enlitic

Enlitic is a San-Francisco based AI Deep Learning healthcare provider. It provides actionable insights into radiologists’ workflow and healthcare diagnosis. It also helps radiologists identify diseases and other medical issues more accurately. Enlitic develops deep learning medical tools to streamline radiology diagnoses. In addition, the company’s deep learning platform analyzes unstructured medical data to give doctors better insight into a patient’s real-time needs. Moreover, it uses the power of deep learning technologies, specifically its prowess at certain forms of image recognition to harvest the data stemming from radiology images and applying it in unique medical cases. MIT named Enlitic the 5th smartest artificial intelligence company in the world, ranking above Facebook and Microsoft.

Enlitic
Enlitic

Johns Hopkins 

Johns Hopkins Hospital recently announced a partnership with GE to use predictive AI techniques to improve the efficiency of patient operational flow. A task force, augmented with AI, quickly prioritized hospital activity for the benefit of all patients. Since implementing the program, the facility has seen a 60% improvement in its ability to admit patients and a 21% increase in patient discharges which resulted in a faster, more positive patient experience.

Johns Hopkins 
Johns Hopkins

Olive

Olive’s AI platform is designed to automate the healthcare industry’s most repetitive tasks, freeing up administrators to work on higher-level ones. The platform automates everything from eligibility checks to un-adjudicated claims and data migrations so staffers can focus on providing better patient service. Olive’s AI-as-a-Service easily integrates within a hospital’s existing software and tools, also eliminating the need for costly integrations or downtimes.

Olive’s AI Platform
Olive’s AI Platform

Babylon Health

Babylon uses AI to provide personalized and interactive healthcare, including anytime face-to-face appointments with doctors. The company’s AI-powered chatbot streamlines the review of a patient’s symptoms and recommends either a virtual check-in or a face-to-face visit with a healthcare professional.  The AI technology can understand and recognize unique ways of humans expressing their symptoms. It attempts to capture human knowledge of modern medicine and encodes for machines by following NLP to interrupt, understand, and use human language and patterns.

Babylon Health
Babylon Health

CloudMedx

San-Francisco based CloudMedX is a healthcare AI company that aims for affordable, accessible, and standardized healthcare for all patients and doctors. It uses NLP and deep learning to extract key medical concepts for EHR and serve them to physicians and hospitals. Furthermore, it aligns AI to 3 P’s in healthcare: Patients, Providers, and Payers using data, ML, and predictive analysis. Moreover, its deep learning platform is highly adaptable to empower patients and provide insights into complex health conditions.

CloudMedx
CloudMedx

Oncora Medical: Fighting Cancer with Data

It is a digital healthcare company based in Philadelphia, that uses adaptive data captive technology to identify and collect the data of the patients. Furthermore, it uses real-world data to fight cancer by improving quality and outcomes for cancer patients. Moreover, the software collects data to help healthcare-related decisions for the benefit of patients. Oncora comprises a motivated group of data scientists, clinicians, ML experts, as well as software developers who focus on improving the quality of radiation therapy treatments.

Oncora Medical- Fighting Cancer with Data
Oncora Medical – Fighting Cancer with Data

Butterfly Network

Butterfly Network, Inc. is an AI company based in Connecticut, USA. Its motive is to provide healthcare by making medical imaging accessible to everyone around the world. Butterfly IQ uses healthcare AI by providing Ultrasound tools that help make better decisions as patient care is foremost.

Butterfly Network
Butterfly Network

To Sum Up

In recent times, the healthcare industry has witnessed significant development in the field of AI, with tremendous developments. As a matter of fact, AI technologies have the potential to transform many aspects of patient healthcare. Also, administrative processes within the provider, payer, as well as pharmaceutical organizations.

Popularity in robot-assisted surgery is skyrocketing. Hospitals are using robots to help with everything from minimally-invasive procedures to open-heart surgery. According to the Mayo Clinic, robots help doctors perform complex procedures with precision, flexibility, and control that go beyond human capabilities. Moreover, robot-assisted surgeries have led to fewer surgery-related complications, less pain, as well as quicker recovery time.

Hence, we can say that AI is redesigning healthcare in many different ways.