Get ready for AI in health care: Here is the outlook
Enthusiasm for augmented intelligence is tempered by memories of the EHR rollout, which has created an urgency to “do it right, from the start.”
Wearables, the FDA and patient advice: What physicians should know
Regulatory status, patient privacy issues, and the clinical questions that arise. Here’s what doctors should keep in mind on wearables and mobile health apps.
Machine learning: 3 ways to tell hype from reliable research
In the too often murky world of health care AI, physician experts offer a roadmap to distinguishing real innovation from black-box promises.
Government EHR proposals threaten patient privacy
Proposed federal rules on health information technology may shift the patient-privacy paradigm from permitting data sharing to requiring that data be shared.
E-prescribing controlled substances: Here’s why the clicks add up
70% of physicians e-prescribe, but only 20% can e-prescribe controlled substances. The AMA is asking EHR vendors for action to help change that.
These vendors are making EHR usability a top priority
Systems that require dozens of clicks for relatively simple tasks are a choice, not a fact of life. Find out how these vendors are following the AMA’s advice on EHRs that work better for patients and physicians.
FDA must guard against bias in AI, focus on patient outcomes
Physicians urge the agency to address risks and to focus on patient outcomes, particularly for systems that use machine learning.
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