Virtual Health Assistants (VHA)

Virtual Health Assistants (VHA) are AI-driven applications that provide personalized health information, guidance, and support to patients. VHAs can help people with chronic conditions manage their symptoms, take their medications as prescribed, and improve their health through education and behavior change.

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Virtual Oncology Services Gain Traction

Oct 10, 2023

"Artificial intelligence for strengthening healthcare systems in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic scoping review"

This research was conducted by Tadeusz Ciecierski-Holmes, Ritvij Singh, Miriam Axt, Stephan Brenner, and Sandra Barteit. It was published in the journal npj Digital Medicine. The study investigates the key acceptance factors and possible applications of artificial intelligence, including virtual assistants, for patients diagnosed with cancer.

"Analyzing the determinants to accept a virtual assistant and use cases among cancer patients: a mixed methods study"

This research was conducted by Martien J. P. Bussel, Gaby J. Odekerken–Schröder, Carol Ou, Rachelle R. Swart, and Maria J. G. Jacobs. It was published in the journal BMC Health Services Research. The study explores the key factors influencing the acceptance of virtual assistants among cancer patients.

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