AI for Heart Attack Risk @IterateAI: Read our Use Cases on how Interplay’s low-code platform builds applications for the Healthcare industry. #AI #Low…

This Machine Learning script within Interplay® takes in basic health information such as age, sex, blood pressure, serum cholesterol, max heart rate, and other lab-measured inputs to return a predicted risk of suffering a heart attack. This is not intended as an in-clinic official procedure yet, but it does show the increasing capabilities to draw reasonable common-sense inferences from common data points. 

Such predictor models could be helpful in personal health apps as consumers look to monitor their own health at a more granular level. Models like this could also be impactful in the macro-level, where public policy can be informed by basic demographic information and appropriate medical care costs can be estimated (e.g. a retirement community would have different models compared to a young suburban community).

The core AI predictor within Interplay could be easily connected to messaging apps via twilio, chatbots, or other messaging platforms. It could also be incorporated back into a legacy code base for a hospital group or public policy database.







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Most Apple Watch users won’t get health benefits from AFib detection, study finds

Usual treatments don’t quite fit the typical Apple Watch user.

One promised benefit of the Apple Watch is early detection of a heart condition called atrial fibrillation, a type of irregular heart rhythm. But most people who wear the watch are in a demographic that wouldn’t actually be able to do much with that information, according to a new study — most doctors wouldn’t prescribe them the medication usually given for that condition, which is usually detected in older people.

Getting an alert about a heart rhythm, then, doesn’t help the typical Apple Watch user’s overall health, says study author Josh Pevnick, co-director in the division of informatics at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. “It can cause anxiety for people who it identifies, and if there’s no treatment, then you’re maybe not bringing much benefit,” he says.