In a time of a “rapidly aging population”, the healthcare sector’s demand for workers is growing more now than ever. As the average life expectancy of an average human being continues to grow, the workload for doctors increases as well. AI can be utilized to give physicians the help they need. As it would be extremely difficult to immediately implement this new technology to health care networks, it can slowly make its way into this market by first developing applications that can help reduce the amount of patients that need care. Providing patients with information that will help them live a healthier lifestyle will be key in cutting down the number of patients that doctors need to work with. The next part of this shift would directly affect primary care to patients. VisualDx is a tool that will help doctors diagnose rare diseases or uncommon variations of common diseases. With skin diseases being the most difficult to work with, physicians will be able to identify the disease in its earlier stages and make more accurate diagnoses, which would lead to a reduction of referrals to specialists, resulting in time and money savings. AI can also be introduced to the consumer market as well. Apps like Aysa, which allow users to identify diseases themselves, will also help in reducing the number of patients a doctor needs to care for. While there are obvious issues with an application of this nature, such as users misidentifying symptoms or diseases, consumer applications can be used in conjunction with primary care technology to make information sharing more efficient. The development of applications such as these are critical in streamlining healthcare processes and while there are certainly challenges in implementing new major technology in this field, AI is definitely make strides towards the betterment of health care technology.