Although I agree that AI will have a major impact going forward, it will be a long time (if ever) before it will be able to operate autonomously in the healthcare domain. The Internet of (Medical) Things will also have a positive effect in helping to manage the chronic conditions of an aging population. This category encompasses wearables, embedded devices and tools used for remote patient monitoring in addition to a broad variety of other medical devices. The advantage is that all these end points can provide relevant data points continuously without human intervention.
I believe that AI will enable the decades-old promise of precision medicine, by enabling the scaling of considering vast amounts of data (such as a genome & protein expressions), along with the sea of clinical observations and research, to produce highly targeted treatments. Of course, this has been predicted before, but the "this time is different" element is generative AI.
Alternatively, perhaps the robot apocalypse will solve US healthcare in a more drastic way.
A fast takeoff is increasingly likely and so the transformation of all living things into paperclips will have a far greater impact on medicine than anything else discussed above.
It’s very close on a number of areas IMOO.
I believe telehealth is still going to become a major change and development where it will lead to AI, wearables, remote patient monitoring.