AI Enhanced Services in Person-Centred Care in Neurology
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The Person-centred care (PCC) is an innovative approach that sees patients as equal partners in the planning, development and delivery of care, and active participants in the management of their health and wellbeing. Preliminary research over PCC applications showed advances in concordance between care provider and patient on treatment plans, improved health outcomes and increased patient satisfaction. On the other side, AI has promising potentials to support and enhance PCC services and improve their functioning. This paper presented results of preliminary research aimed on identification of AI enhanced services applied in PCC settings within neurology department, with special focus on stroke patients and their rehabilitation process.
KeywordsArtificial intelligence Person-centred care Neurology
Presented research is conducted within National Scientific Research project “AI Enhanced Person-Centred Care in Neurosurgery (AI4NeuroPCC)”, funded by Ministry of Science Montenegro (2019–2021).
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