Artificial intelligence: a shifting paradigm in cardio-cerebrovascular medicine

Vida Abedi, Seyed Mostafa Razavi, Ayesha Khan, Venkatesh Avula, Aparna Tompe, Asma Poursoroush, Alireza Vafaei Sadr, Jiang Li, Ramin Zand

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Abstract

The future of healthcare is an organic blend of technology, innovation, and human connection. As artificial intelligence (AI) is gradually becoming a go-to technology in healthcare to improve efficiency and outcomes, we must understand our limitations. We should realize that our goal is not only to provide faster and more efficient care, but also to deliver an integrated solution to ensure that the care is fair and not biased to a group of sub-population. In this context, the field of cardio-cerebrovascular diseases, which encompasses a wide range of conditions-from heart failure to stroke-has made some advances to provide assistive tools to care providers. This article aimed to provide an overall thematic review of recent development focusing on various AI applications in cardio-cerebrovascular diseases to identify gaps and potential areas of improvement. If well designed, technological engines have the potential to improve healthcare access and equitability while reducing overall costs, diagnostic errors, and disparity in a system that affects patients and providers and strives for efficiency.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number5710
JournalJournal of Clinical Medicine
Volume10
Issue number23
DOIs
StatePublished - Dec 1 2021

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • General Medicine

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