#98: Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare: Is Individually-Tailored Artificial Intelligence an Effective Adjunct to Usual Care in Neck or Low Back Pain?

This month’s Research Commentary follows up on Research Commentary #95 (August 2023) regarding the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Healthcare.

If you have not heard all the hype about AI and the quantum shifts anticipated in information retrieval, collation, interpretation, and application across multiple industries including healthcare, it’s time to get off Netflix and start paying attention to these artificial influences on our real world!

Regardless of how healthcare practioners may feel about AI, its value and use will have a significant impact on the delivery of healthcare services.  Since Neck and Low Back Pain are one of the most common musculoskeletal complaints seen in adults worldwide and represent a significant healthcare burden, can AI help us in delivering care to these patients? 

The featured paper discusses a randomized clinical trial out of Norway in the application of AI in directing patient self-management of neck and low back pain as an adjunct to usual care. To read more go the black bar above to Login to your account OR click here to Subscribe Today!


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