Artificial Intelligence

HIMSS18 Connected Health Experience

Attendees from HIMSS17 in the Connected Health pavilion. This year non-sponsor expert presentations will include Blue Button API presentation from the HHS Innovation Center.

By Jonah Comstock 09:18 am February 06, 2018
A wide range of innovations from HHS’ BlueButton API to Zipnosis will be demonstrating cutting-edge products.
EHR data diabetes
By Bill Siwicki 03:19 pm February 05, 2018
Researchers found that using machine learning algorithms pinpointed 25 percent more diabetics at risk of kidney damage than clinical tools and human judgment.

Ruben Amarasingham, MD

By Mike Miliard 01:31 pm February 01, 2018
Ruben Amarasingham, a physician and Pieces Technologies's CEO, will present at HIMSS18 and HIMSS Machine Learning & AI for Healthcare conference on clinical augmentation for artificial intelligence. 
AI voice assistants for healthcare
By Bill Siwicki 08:30 am February 01, 2018
Amazon has an early lead, but lessons from cutting-edge providers can also be applied to Apple Siri, Google Home and Assistant, and Microsoft Cortana.
AI oncology

Elekta's digital cancer care and its MOSAIQ Oncology Information System. Credit: Elekta

By Bill Siwicki 03:12 pm January 31, 2018
The oncology systems vendor is pairing Watson for Oncology as an AI-based clinical decision support system with its digital cancer care platforms.
AI-powered EHR

Credit: athenahealth on Twitter

By Mike Miliard 02:22 pm January 31, 2018
Technology called Samantha, which will be available via athena's marketplace, aims to save docs eight hours per week in charting time via automation.
AI in healthcare

Vibin Roy, MD, medical director at the Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation will speak at HIMSS18 about how the hospital uses AI to predict risk of unplanned ICU transfers and cardiopulmonary arrests.

By Bill Siwicki 12:52 pm January 31, 2018
The automated model to predict risk of unplanned ICU transfers and cardiopulmonary arrests outperforms non-automated models, leading to improved care and patient safety.
AI tech
By Mike Miliard 03:44 pm January 30, 2018
Some are skeptical, but big majorities say machine learning could dramatically their line of work, according to new research.
AI in healthcare
By Mike Miliard 10:03 am January 30, 2018
Smart deployment of artificial intelligence apps should help physicians trust the decision support tools – consulting them in the way they might check in with a PA or APRN, says one IT expert.
multimedia radiology reports

A screenshot of the Carestream multimedia radiology report. Credit: YouTube 

By Susan Morse 01:41 pm January 29, 2018
The organizations use voice recognition and artificial intelligence to build interactive reports that include more elements than simply what a clinician adds, such as images, charts and graphs.

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