Health care systems worldwide have been influenced by the globally
growing trend toward a sharing economy and will likely advance with
these trends in the near future. Therefore, based on peer-to-peer
relationships between individuals, sharing health care works by
renting medical staff, facilities, and other medical resources.
Medical data innovation, integration, analysis, and sharing have
the potential to dramatically change the current pattern of the
health care system and to provide precise and predictive medical
assessment for individuals in the future. In addition, artificial
intelligence could be useful in the fields of both clinical
medicine and medical research and help to minimize the scarcity of
human resources and broaden the role of humans in health care.
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The Role of the Sharing Economy and Artificial Intelligence in Health Care: Opportunities and Challenges