Providence, Henry Ford Health System and Northwell Health joined with other health care providers to form Truveta, a platform that de-identifies data and uses artificial intelligence to mine datasets, providing new insights into the unique needs of their patient populations. AHA Board Chair Rod Hochman, president and CEO of Providence, and Truveta CEO Terry Myerson discuss the platform’s possibilities with Doug Shaw, AHA’s senior vice president of business development. Listen here.

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