Chronic health issues incur huge costs for individuals, their families, the institutions and systems that provide care and support, as well as society overall.
Dr. Xavier Urtubey, CEO and Co-Founder of AccuHealth, joins us to discuss artificial intelligence for home-based virtual medical care.
Ricardo is a 78-year-old man with hypertension and diabetes who lives in a rural home in central Chile. One year ago today, Ricardo was getting onto a bus for his weekly trip to the clinic for an exam.
When used together, the terms “healthcare” and “artificial intelligence” (AI) often conjure up images of “robot surgeons.”
Intel Xeon Scalable processors have the compute and memory required to handle all major AI tasks – from classic methods to deep learning – alongside cloud and HPC workloads. Accuhealth relies on predictive AI powered by Intel® Xeon® processors to analyze biometric, demographic, and historical data and improve patient outcomes.