Opportunities for Clinical and Operational Performance

Executive Dialogue

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

 

Intelligence has the potential to transform health care delivery and the patient experience. While artificial intelligence (AI) is still in the early stages of adoption, some organizations have started to incorporate intelligence into their clinical workflow and business operations to improve quality of care, patient satisfaction and engagement, and operational efficiency. This executive dialogue will examine AI and machine learning (ML) use cases, the perception of intelligence technologies, and the current and potential challenges and barriers that hospitals and health systems face in pursuing these strategies.

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