MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 255, 2019Engineering Application of Artificial Intelligence Conference 2018 (EAAIC 2018)
|Number of page(s)||3|
|Section||Logistic, Healthcare, Materials and Control|
|Published online||16 January 2019|
Stratification of, albeit Artificial Intelligent (AI) Driven, High-Risk Elderly Outpatients for priority house call visits - a framework to transform healthcare services from reactive to preventive
1 Hanumayamma Innovations and Technologies, Inc., Senior Vice President, Fremont, California, USA 94536
2 CEO, Hanumayamma Innovations and Technologies, Inc.
3 Product Manager, Hanumayamma Innovations and Technologies Private Limited
4 CTO, Hanumayamma Innovations and Technologies Private Limited
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
House calls have nostalgic view and have practiced decades ago when the doctor arrived at the patient's door carrying a big black bag. House calls could prove to be a better way of treating very sick, elderly patients while they can still live at home. One of the greatest benefits is avoidance of Healthcare associated infections. Additionally, house calls save time and energy of immediate care members of and helps seek for ways to have transport for elderly. A house calls doctor, nonetheless, can see only five to seven patients a day. One reason is that a house call visit can take longer than an office visit, even after taking travel time into account. One way of optimizing house call delivery services is to employ AI based system to identify and generate priority list so that the healthcare providers have greater coverage of their needed patients house calls are performed in-time. In this paper, we propose innovative novel idea “AI enabled house calls are best medicine practices for the next generation”. Finally, as part of the paper, we will present Sanjeevani house call service that is been deployed and currently in production
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