Health Catalyst Chief Data Scientist Jason Jones says augmented intelligence, not artificial intelligence, is especially important when building predictive models that improve, not drive, health disparities.
This week's top stories include CMS adding more than 60 telehealth services but the American Telemedicine Association expressing concerns about remote patient monitoring, and DeepMind AI's protein folding prediction achieving unprecedented accuracy.
Jonathan Weiner, professor at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, details the data fundamentals that are necessary for effective AI and machine learning algorithms.
Tools such as artificial intelligence and machine learning will support patient mobility, and associated data, in the future, says Sibu Siddique, VP of Digital Transformation and Customer Success at GE Digital.
Abdulaziz Alkhlaif, CIO of Dr. Abdul Rahman Al-Mishari Hospital, discusses data transformation, artificial intelligence and the next generation of patient portals in Saudi Arabia.
This week's top stories include the Supreme Court seeming willing to keep the Affordable Care Act, Google Cloud unveiling AI tools for analyzing unstructured medical text, and Epic customers gaining access to a COVID-19 risk prediction model.
The Kara artificial intelligence iPhone app integrates with 13-location OrthoIndy's EHR, placing caregivers' spoken words directly into the right places in the record.
Dame Sally Davies, former CMO for England and current Master of Trinity College in Cambridge, UK, says behavioral, economic and movement data must be leveraged effectively to improve outcomes during future pandemics.
Bart De Witte, founder of the HIPPO AI Foundation, says COVID-19 has encouraged stakeholders to collaborate more effectively on the use of data, which he hopes will help reduce health inequalities in a post-coronavirus world.
CEO Geralyn Ochab envisions a global ecosystem that shifts healthcare from diagnose and treatment to wellness and prevention.