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GlobalData Survey Reveals Growing Endorsement for AI Adoption in Healthcare Provision

According to a recent survey conducted by GlobalData, the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare is on the rise, with 49% of healthcare industry professionals with prior AI experience strongly endorsing its application in clinical practice and administrative tasks. The survey, which took place between March 2023 and June 2023 and involved 426 healthcare industry professionals, highlights the increasing integration of AI into healthcare provision.

GlobalData’s latest report titled ‘AI in Clinical Practice – Physician Perspective 2023’ reveals that diagnostics support and treatment decision support are the two most popular use cases for AI tools in healthcare. Practices like oncology are already leveraging AI for tasks such as risk prediction and disease diagnosis. However, it is emphasized that scientific validation is crucial to verify the accuracy and reliability of AI-generated results.

The report also indicates that physicians are increasingly comfortable with using AI for automating administrative tasks, signifying a growing acceptance of AI’s value in streamlining healthcare operations across major pharmaceutical markets, including the US, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the UK, Japan, and China (8MM).

China has emerged as a leading player in embracing AI within the global healthcare landscape, driven by its commitment to improving healthcare accessibility and quality. By embracing AI, China is positioning itself as a key player in the ongoing digital revolution in the healthcare industry.

AI’s application in drug development, such as target identification and drug repurposing, has shown promising outcomes, boosting confidence in AI tools. As AI continues to evolve rapidly and the demand for improved healthcare delivery grows, GlobalData predicts a gradual shift towards more extensive AI adoption in clinical practices.

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