GlobalData expects AI-enabled medical technologies market to rise to US$4.3B in 2024 from US$1.5B in 2019; within healthcare, AI can be applied to data management, remote surgery, diagnostic/procedural AI assistants, drug discovery, clinical trial design

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October 3, 2022 (press release) –

With the COVID-19 pandemic having sparked an increased interest in the adoption of new technologies in the healthcare industry, leading data and analytics company GlobalData notes that artificial intelligence (AI) enabled medical technologies will become much more common over the next five years, with the AI platforms market expected to grow from $1.5 billion in 2019 to $4.3 billion in 2024. One AI-enabled healthcare technology of note is a new algorithm developed by researchers from University of Edinburgh, which uses AI to detect and diagnose heart attacks in women faster and more accurate.

Kamilla Kan, Medical Analyst at GlobalData, comments: “The COVID-19 pandemic forced many healthcare providers to address the challenge of how to provide high-quality healthcare with as little contact as possible. This triggered a huge shift towards digitalization in a relatively short time. Now the ball is well and truly rolling, and we are seeing more and more use cases for AI-powered technology in healthcare settings.”

GlobalData highlights multiple areas within healthcare in which AI can be applied, including data management, remote surgery, diagnostic and procedural AI assistants, drug discovery, and clinical trial design.

Kan continues: “The use of AI in the healthcare space is expected to continue to increase in the next five years, and such a rapid surge of AI-powered platforms will only help further improve the technology’s applications in this space going forward. AI will greatly contribute in reducing the time needed to diagnose and treat patients, and will ease communication between medical personnel and patients.”

One of the more recent examples of AI in healthcare was an algorithm designed to help diagnose heart attack in women. The algorithm was developed by University of Edinburgh research team and funded by the British Heart Foundation (BHF).

Kan continues: “University of Edinburgh AI-driven algorithm has the potential to detect heart attack with 99.5% accuracy regardless of age and gender of the patient. Additionally, it has also identified the people who need to stay at hospital for future tests with 83.7% accuracy.”

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