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.”
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.
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.
Health care AI must boost the quadruple aim to move forward
Use of augmented intelligence (AI) in health care is evolving rapidly, and the AMA is proactively addressing key issues related to standards, clinical validation, liability and usability.
AMA: Take extra care when applying AI in medical education
The AMA adopted AI policy that further highlights the Association’s commitment to transforming medical education across the continuum.
AMA adopt policy, integrate augmented intelligence in physician training
The AMA adopted policy aimed at incorporating augmented intelligence (AI) into medical education.
AMA: Put augmented intelligence in practice of medicine
Delegates to the AMA endorsed a host of policy recommendations that would keep the focus on AI’s role in enhancing patient care, improving population health.
Symptom-checking health app often wrong in diagnosing eye problems
Type in your symptoms and find out what’s the matter. Research finds it’s not so simple. Patients could get false reassurance and put off urgently needed care.
Cleveland Clinic ready to push AI concepts to clinical practice
AMA member Aziz Nazha, MD, director of the Cleveland Clinic’s new Center for Clinical Artificial Intelligence is opening the AI “black box” to sharpen patient outcomes.