Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Momentum has been building for deploying generative artificial intelligence (AI) to drive administrative efficiency, reduce clinical documentation burdens and to hyperpersonalize the patient care experience.
Session III concentrates on board governance and the importance of integrating cybersecurity into organizational strategies.
Join the AHA and Censinet for a 3-part series of interactive virtual panel discussions on key aspects of cybersecurity in health care.
In Session II, we delve into cyber transformation in the age of AI, evaluate both the benefits and the risk of the use of generative AI.
Joining me for the first dialogue in 2024 is Janice Nevin, M.D., president and CEO of ChristianaCare, based in Wilmington, Del., and a former member of the AHA Board of Trustees.
The influx of artificial intelligence (AI) in health care is here to stay, yet there is considerable debate about the best and most effective ways to safely employ it.
In a recently released Executive Insights report, “Rising Demand for Surgeries and Advancing the Quintuple Aim Through Innovation,” from the AHA Center for Health Innovation, clinical leaders across the country share their insights on how to integrate artificial intelligence (AI) and other…
As health care continues to transform in 2024, executives will face challenges related to finances, technology, workforce and other areas. Across the field, thought leaders have been busy offering their best guesses, insights and predictions for how this year is likely to shake out.
Hospitals are working on workplace violence prevention using technology and training to mitigate risk and redesigning facilities to prioritize safety.