"There are 7,000 hospitals and hundreds of thousands of front-line clinicians in the US, and many are simply unable to keep pace with changes in technology and the regulatory guardrails," Mark Sendak, a population health and data science lead at Duke Institute for Health Innovation, tells the American Medical Association.
"We want to hear if clinicians have developed their own strategies for tackling these problems."
That's why the Health AI Partnership, a first-of-its-kind collaborative to develop best practices for artificial intelligence in healthcare, is seeking input from clinicians through June 16, the AMA reports.
The group, which includes Kaiser Permanente, Hackensack Meridian Health, Jefferson Health, Kaiser Permanente (Oakland, Calif.), Mayo Clinic (Rochester, Minn.), Michigan Medicine (Ann Arbor), NewYork-Presbyterian (New York City), and UCSF Health (San Francisco), aims to use AI to advance health equity, boost patient care, improve the healthcare workplace, and build community.
Its goals include using AI to advance health equity, boost patient care, improve the healthcare workplace, and build community.
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