Weekly News Roundup: January 17, 2020
AI Trends in Healthcare for 2020
Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning will play an even bigger role in healthcare in 2020. In this week’s news roundup: AI and machine learning trends; why AI in healthcare is primarily a change management problem; how Christiana Care is personalizing the “black box” of machine learning; and much more.
AI and Machine Learning Trends to Look Toward in 2020
Artificial intelligence and machine learning will play an even bigger role in healthcare in 2020 than they did in 2019, helping medical professionals with everything from oncology screenings to note taking. On top of actual deployments, increased investment activity is also expected this year, and with deeper deployments of AI and ML technology, a broader base of test cases will be available to collect valuable best practices information. Read More
Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare: A Change Management Problem
Predictive and prescriptive models can enhance health and healthcare, which will ultimately help improve Quadruple Aim outcomes: population health, patient experience, reduced cost, and positive provider work life. However, successful adoption of predictive and prescriptive models heavily depends upon behavior change, which requires more than technical accuracy. Read More
Christiana Care Offers Tips to “Personalize the Black Box” of Machine Learning
Christian Care’s Chief Health Information Officer shows how the health system is simplifying AI models so care managers can better understand them-and be more likely to use them. Read More
Patients Trust Medical AI More than Healthcare Providers Do
Patients and healthcare providers both see potential in AI’s ability to improve healthcare. Patients, however, appear to trust AI technology more than providers. Read More
Artificial Intelligence Has Come to Medicine. Are Patients Being Put at Risk?
Health products powered by artificial intelligence (AI) are streaming into our lives, from virtual doctor apps to wearable sensors and drugstore chatbots. IBM boasted that its AI could outthink cancer. Others say computer systems that read X-rays will make radiologists obsolete. Read More
Study: Millennial Parents Are More Likely to Consider AI for Their Kids’ Health
A new study shows millennial parents would embrace self-driving school busses, 3D-printed organs, and AI-powered assistants. Read More