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Lawyers highlight legal considerations that can come with new AI

BY Jeff Rowe | February 24, 2021

Among other legal concerns, says a team of attorneys, the use of AI in both patient care and administrative functions raises questions relating to reimbursement by payors for healthcare services.

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Consumer group releases AI “trust” standard

BY Jeff Rowe | February 24, 2021

The new standard comes a year after the association released another AI-focused standard designed to provide common terminology about emerging technologies.

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Consortium taps AI/ML to build new big data analytics platform

BY Jeff Rowe | February 23, 2021

In the wake of the pandemic, leaders of the new organization hope the formation of the company will pave the way for more collaborative care and education going forward.

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AI: ready to take the menial tasks so providers can take care of patients

BY Jeff Rowe | February 16, 2021

While some observers are tempted to view AI as a threat, say two stakeholders, even the most sophisticated airplane with autopilot still needs a real pilot’s judgment in the cockpit.

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Informaticists release AI development recommendations

BY Jeff Rowe | February 15, 2021

Among other things, the paper calls for Adaptive CDS Centers of Excellence to develop, test, evaluate, and advance the use of safe, effective ML-driven applications in practice.

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Security departments tap AI to keep hospitals safe

BY Jeff Rowe | February 12, 2021

Even as AI is revolutionizing medical research methods and critical disease treatments, it’s also bringing about a transformation in healthcare security operations.

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Humana turns to Watson Health AI to help members understand benefits

BY Jeff Rowe | February 11, 2021

IBM Watson Assistant can help enable greater access to accurate and helpful information about benefits and healthcare costs for Humana Employer Group members.

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Tech startup raises $5 million for suite of AI solutions

BY Jeff Rowe | February 10, 2021

Enabled by AI and analytics, better diagnosis and disease predictions can lead to cost reduction by decreasing hospital readmission rates.

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New AI scours EHRs for potential COVID risks

BY Jeff Rowe | February 09, 2021

According to the researchers, the approach used in the study could help hospitals and health systems manage limited therapeutic and preventive resources to treat the virus.