Apollo Hospitals discussed increasing role of AI in medical field at World CIO 200 Summit in Ras Al Khaimah
Apollo Hospitals, Asia's preeminent coordinated healthcare services provider, featured the developing role of artificial intelligence (AI) in the field of medicine during World CIO 200 Summit in Ras Al Khaimah. The world's biggest information technology (IT) and development greatness program was held from December 9 to 10, 2019 at Doubletree by Hilton hotel.
The President of Apollo Hospitals, Dr. Hari Prasad, joined the summit's program of keynote speakers represent considerable authority in different fields and disciplines. As a veteran medicinal services pro, Dr. Prasad shed light on how AI has been changing medical care, reforming treatment and diagnosis, and deflecting the spread of diseases in local and global communities.
Dr Hari Prasad stated: "Artificial intelligence's role has never been more basic than today when all parts of our day by day living are turning out to be increasingly more subject to innovations. The next generation AI has really rolled out sensational improvements crosswise over businesses as the years progressed, including the medicinal services field."
"We at Apollo Hospitals are completely mindful of this present innovation's certain effect and the World CIO 200 Summit was a setting for us to share a portion of our AI-driven activities. These activities are intended to convey cost-productive and profoundly powerful healthcare services with better medical results. They are in accordance with our endeavors to help fabricate healthier and more secure communities over the world," included Dr Hari Prasad.
The World CIO 200 Summit accumulated under one roof leading CIOs, high-ranking government authorities, technology solutions providers, investors, and business people, among others, from 15 nations crosswise over three continents. During the occasion, the participants met and coordinates with their similarly invested friends, examined the fate of cutting edge advances, and handled the imaginative ways to deal with the innovations of the fourth Industrial Revolution.
As one of the significant level members, Apollo Hospitals exhibit somed of its conspicuous activities, including the AI-powered customized and preventive healthcare program called 'ProHealth.' It was propelled recently to help battle the rising instances of non-transmittable diseases by using the progressed personalized health risk assessment (pHRA) technology.
Additionally, Apollo Hospitals has collaborated with Microsoft India for the AI-controlled 'Cardiovascular Disease Risk Score Application Program Interface (API)' project. This undertaking is intended to foresee the danger of cardio vascular illnesses and advance preventive cardiovascular consideration.
"These are only a portion of the activities that we exhibited during the summit. Apollo has gained a ton of progress in AI-centered projects which can help change the eventual fate of the worldwide healthcare industry," closed Dr Hari Prasad.