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Residents chart AI pathway for fellow radiologists

BY Jeff Rowe | November 18, 2020

According to the report, radiologists are arguably better positioned than any other medical specialty to harness the power of data toward a goal of delivering better and more efficient health care.

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Researchers develop ML models to predict disease patterns in COVID-19 patients

BY Jeff Rowe | November 17, 2020

The researchers say the results show the progress the healthcare industry has made in developing technologies to combat the pandemic and enhance patient-centered care. 

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Knowing when the time is right to invest in AI

BY Jeff Rowe | November 16, 2020

How one tech veteran determined which “shiny objects” were part of an effective digital transformation and which ones would end up a case study of what not to do.

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How AI can “nudge” patients toward better health

BY Jeff Rowe | November 13, 2020

According to one data expert, AI-customized nudges can give health plan consumers pathways of least resistance towards positive health choices. 

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Google targets unstructured data with new AI

BY Jeff Rowe | November 13, 2020

Unstructured data housed within EHRs can hold a wealth of relevant patient information, but the large volume of data organizations generate each day makes analysis by hand impossible.

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Florida provider saves millions with new AI

BY Jeff Rowe | November 11, 2020

Among other efficiencies, says Tampa General, tapping new AI has helped eliminate 20,000 excess patient days and reduced average length of stay by half a day.

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Study reports simpler ML model to predict cirrhosis mortality

BY Jeff Rowe | November 11, 2020

If confirmed in other conditions, researchers said, this blended approach could improve data-driven risk prognostication through the development of new scores that are more transparent and more actionable.

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CMS steps up with support for new AI

BY Jeff Rowe | November 10, 2020

Stakeholders consider the move important as new devices and treatments generally aren’t widely used until the US government authorizes payments for Medicare and Medicaid patients.

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Researchers develop AI to ensure antibiotic effectiveness

BY Jeff Rowe | November 09, 2020

According to the WHO, reduced effectiveness in antibiotics could threaten the ability of health authorities to control major public health threats.