AI in Health Care: Leading through Change

AI in Health Care: Leading through Change. A female doctor works with AI while looking at a computer monitor.Health care is evolving faster than we could have imagined. We are in the midst of a health care revolution, driven by artificial intelligence (AI). AI is creating a space for innovation and can enable physicians and nurses to work more efficiently and effectively in the face of unprecedented change.

To help you understand how AI is meeting today’s challenges and shaping the health care field’s work, the American Hospital Association and Microsoft have teamed up to offer a unique free course, “AI in Health Care: Leading Through Change.”

A new podcast features leaders from the American Organization for Nursing Leadership, and Microsoft provides an overview of the program’s curriculum.

  • Convenient: Learn on-demand, at your convenience.
  • Fast-paced: Quickly complete the course in just one hour.
  • Relevant: Understand the major role AI will play in the future of care delivery. Participants can earn continuing education contact hours.
  • Transformative: Renowned instructors will challenge the way you think about health care.

A new podcast features leaders from the American Organization for Nursing Leadership, and Microsoft provides an overview of the program’s curriculum.

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