Health insurance company MedStar Orthopedics is using artificial intelligence to keep a patient with the flu in their bed longer.
The company, which offers emergency care and rehabilitation services, recently launched its artificial intelligence platform.
The AI is called Aica.
Here’s how it works: Aica is a platform that has already been used by the pharmaceutical industry.
It can help doctors assess the state of a patient’s condition and can even diagnose respiratory issues.
But it also has the potential to help patients stay in their beds longer.
For example, Aica could help a patient who’s tired but is able to work through their day.
The patient could be moved to a bed that has been designed specifically for them, so they can spend more time at their bedside.
But the company is also building its AI to help with care coordination.
The platform is able “to manage and plan for multiple types of patient care,” Aica CEO Alex Srinivas told Business Insider.
A new system is in place to ensure that all Aica customers, not just those in the business of medical devices, are kept in their homes and in a secure setting.
Aica’s new AI is still in testing and may not become a permanent part of the healthcare system until at least 2020.
It’s also not the first time that Aica has used AI to keep its customers from going to bed.
It also worked with hospitals to keep patients out of their beds.
It could have a huge impact on healthcare in the future.
A 2016 study by the US Department of Health and Human Services found that the use of AI-assisted care had a positive impact on patient outcomes.
The report found that AI- assisted care improved outcomes for more than 10,000 patients and helped prevent nearly 700 deaths.