4 disruptions AI could cause in healthcare

Andrea Park - Print  | 

Within the next decade, healthcare will see emerging technologies including artificial intelligence, cloud computing, predictive analytics and blockchain spurring billions of dollars in value increases, according to a new McKinsey & Company report on this tech-driven "era of exponential growth."

For these innovations to impact areas like clinical productivity, care delivery and waste reduction, though, certain value pools will need to be disrupted across the entire industry.

Here are four possible disruptive changes that could transform healthcare in the coming years, according to McKinsey.

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