The emergence of artificial intelligence in healthcare has led to many significant benefits for patients and patient care. However, AI—and other related technologies—aren’t likely to replace the intimate relationship between physician and patient, writes Russ Alan Prince, a wealth management consultant and author, for Forbes.
That’s because medical results often depend on the rapport built up between doctors and their patients. Technology may help facilitate processes, but that rapport is essential for the best patient outcomes, physicians argue.
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