One way to help drive adoption of AI tools? Creating “a set of standards to help clinicians and other decision makers separate useful tools from junk science,” according to John Halamka, MD, and Paul Cerrato of Mayo Clinic Platform.
The problem isn’t that artificial intelligence is advancing quickly; it’s that AI is moving faster than regulatory frameworks, and may be worsening systemic issues, said Dr. John Halamka, who addressed this and other critical topics during the quarterly HIT Policy Update.
Decreasing costs is always a key goal in healthcare, but what’s just as important is identifying initiatives that can improve care quality, patient experience, and staff satisfaction, says Peter Pronovost, MD. “We have to measure all components of value.”
As more individuals are able to access patient data, it’s becoming increasingly important to ensure continuous training is provided, and that the technology and processes are in place to enable early detection, according to our security experts.
“The foundation of healthcare may remain solid, but many of the walls, floors, windows, and doors that sit on this foundation are rotting and need to be replaced,” said John Halamka and Paul Cerrato, who discuss the need for digital reconstruction.