Artificial Intelligence

Machine learning can give healthcare workers a ‘superpower’
By Bill Siwicki 11:11 am June 04, 2020
AI is enabling clinicians to gain big insights from billions of pieces of unstructured data, said one AWS expert in a HIMSS20 Digital session.

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By 09:14 am June 03, 2020
Physicians in Denmark, Finland and Sweden now have the opportunity to use a native-language conversational AI solution to effectively capture patient stories, reduce administrative workloads and improve care quality with an EHR-integrated solution. 
To fight nurse burnout, EHRs must use AI, reflect RN-specific workflows
By Bill Siwicki 11:45 am June 02, 2020
The chief nursing officer at Medicomp explains how EHR makers can combat burnout by building better, nurse-inclusive systems with input from frontline staff.

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By Dean Koh 07:00 am June 02, 2020
Lunit INSIGHT MMG was first introduced at the 2018 RSNA annual meeting.
Hospital uses AI to move to opioid-free surgery, driving protocol improvements

Seattle Children's Hospital's Bellevue Clinic & Surgery Center.

By Bill Siwicki 12:43 pm June 01, 2020
Seattle Children’s Hospital also was able to achieve an 85% reduction in its analgesic medication costs while patient and parent satisfaction scores increased.
By Mike Miliard 12:01 pm June 01, 2020
Before joining the EHR giant, Labat served as chief technology officer and led the cloud-automation business for HPE Software. Prior to that, he spent two decades at Oracle. 
By Mike Miliard 03:09 pm May 29, 2020
John Halamka describes how clinicians at Mayo are benefiting from machine learning-powered approaches to imaging, predictive analytics and other types of decision support – and using machine learning to mine historical data for new treatments.
By Tammy Lovell 06:53 am May 29, 2020
Report predicts shift away from wearables to video analytics and mobile platforms. 

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By Sophie Porter 01:35 am May 29, 2020
Also, an update on testing in the UAE in this week's Healthcare IT News roundup.
By Mike Miliard 02:39 pm May 28, 2020
Built on Google Cloud, the platform is meant to help healthcare organizations and government agencies share data and best practices about treatments and reopening strategies.

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