Digital tech became a major healthcare tool during the pandemic. And AI-powered prescription drug apps are leading the charge in creating accessible and affordable medications. So how can these apps help patients take control of their healthcare?
Dr. Bob Arnot of Carecard dives into AI-powered apps and shares how users can find coupons for the drugs they need. Plus, Shelly Rosenfeld returns for this month’s Legal Tips segment to discuss laws in place to diversify clinical trials, and how patients can find out if they’re eligible.
Bob Arnot, M.D.
Chief Medical Technologist, Carecard
Dr. Bob Arnot, internal medicine professional, journalist, author, and former medical correspondent for NBC and CBS, is Carecard's Chief Medical Technologist. He is a best-selling author and award-winning war correspondent who now focuses on Machine Learning with a broad background in systems architecture and user interface.
Dr. Arnot received his doctor of medicine degree from McGill University.
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