CareSkore Spending Millions on Machine Learning
Gareth Andrews / 4 years ago
CareSkore is something which many have come across, although few know they have even seen it. CareSkore’s system is often used on Facebook quizzes to tell you just how long you’ll have to live, often with rather rare and unique ways such as being squashed by a piano being the cause of your passing. Now the company wants to use their experience in machine learning, with a little funding, to help preventative care across the world.
CareSkore is hoping to combine both clinical data like those your doctor will have access to with the behavioral, demographic and socio-economic data you often find on social media platforms to give more than 2D representation of your life to insurance and doctors groups in order to help create preventive care systems that would most benefit you.
The new platform would give doctors all kinds of information, such as those who are likely to forget (or fail) to take their medication on time or even skip an appointment while others parts of the system can analyze you based on a particular set of risks, such as the risk you’ll fall or be exposed to an infection.
The platform will not only keep doctors and patients up to date with their medical information but can be used as a forum to allow patients to ask questions to their doctors regarding new symptoms of questions, with access being granted to required social workers to help provide support throughout the treatment.