How much of an impact can Generative AI have – if leveraged properly, and if all the necessary pieces are in place? Quite a bit, according to Michael Hasselberg. “This is the first time in my career thus far that I’m hopeful that technology will actually make the lives of our clinicians better.” In a recent interview, he explained why, and talked about the innovative work being done at URMC.
One way to improve the “widely contrasting results” often garnered by ChatGPT is through prompt engineering, according to Mayo Clinic Platform researchers. In this piece, Dr. John Halamka and Paul Cerrato discuss how digital tools can supplement decision-making.
Although the discovery of penicillin quickly proved “powerful” right from the start, several steps still had to be taken before its potential could be realized, according to Dan Barchi, CIO at CommonSpirit. In this piece, he examines the parallels between penicillin and another innovation.
“We had to turn on dime, and we did.” Nearly four years after the start of Covid, a group of veteran CIOs gathered at the NJ/DVHIMSS Fall Conference to share insights on how they managed the challenges stemming from the pandemic, how they’re embracing AI and other tools, and how leadership roles have evolved.
In this interview, BJ Moore, CIO and EVP of Real Estate Strategy Operations at Providence, talks about the concerns he has with large-language models (and the hype surrounding it), his team’s 4-year journey to a single instance of Epic, and the assumptions that outsiders often make about healthcare.