Actual and Artificial Intelligence to Improve Health Outcomes

Healthcare systems worldwide are under increasing pressure: To reduce costs whilst improving the quality of patient care and also empower patients to better manage their health away from hospitals and GP surgeries.

Technology is widely seen as a facilitator for achieving these conflicting objectives: The average person now generates nearly 1200TB of health data in their lifetime, giving an unprecedented opportunity to understand health behaviour.

However data is only as useful as the insights that can be derived from it.