A new concept for the provision of medical services was called Aim. It is an unmanned robotic polyclinic where anyone can go to the doctor online, go through a full health diagnosis and even reach the nearest emergency room if necessary.
Perhaps soon we will see unmanned robotic polyclinics, which travel through the streets of the city and provide access to various medical services. The concept, called Aim, was developed by the engineers of the American company Artefact. According to the creators, the goal of the mobile device is to eliminate various problems of the healthcare system, in particular, to shorten the waiting time for receiving medical services.
AIM is a futuristic vision for our future healthcare in the age of Artificial Intelligence.
In the unmanned clinic Aim, you can go through a complete diagnosis and determine if you have any health problems. Also there you can weigh, calculate the body mass index and find out if everything is in order with posture. In addition, the clinic has a special place for the analysis of breathing and heart rate. With the help of displays located inside the clinics, medical consultations will be conducted with a specialist on-line. In addition, the device can immediately deliver the patient to the emergency room – so the patient will quickly receive treatment without having to waste time waiting for an ambulance.
In fact, Aim will create a single medical record for each patient. As the creators believe, this will help patients reduce the material costs of treatment and make them take their health seriously.
The system will further integrate data from your smart devices, such as smart watches and fitness trackers. Also, the patient will be able to upload their own medical indicators via the smartphone application.
Designer : Artefact Group
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