AI instead of doctors: smart medical offices have appeared in the U.S.

CarePods are personalized “health portals” that can be used to access a wide range of health services, explains developer Forward. These pods are designed to both treat pre-existing conditions and prevent future health problems.

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With the help of artificial intelligence, CarePod can perform a complete body scan, get a diagnosis and prescription for treatment. It is also possible to perform a biometric body scan, blood tests and much more. The patient does all this independently, guided by the AI in a special mobile app. With its help, you can monitor your own health, receiving information from CarePods, and plan your next visits to the innovative medical office.

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Such clinics have already been deployed in shopping centers, office buildings and gyms in several states. Forward plans to double their number this year.

Based on materials from Forward.

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Tetiana Melnyk is a healthcare journalist at Mister Blister specializing in legal and regulatory analysis of Ukraine's healthcare sector. A medical graduate of Vinnitsa National University, Tetiana leverages her background as a practicing physician to provide insightful, critically-examined coverage. Her expertise stems from hands-on clinical work across Kyiv and medical research experience.

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