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.
Although tech-focused organizations have traditionally relied on a pipeline approach to driving innovation, data suggest that a platform approach may be more effective, particularly when it comes to patient care, according to Dr. John Halamka and Paul Cerrato.
The problem with episodic care? “Clinicians are making a judgement about a patient’s health status based on cross-sectional data, which can be misleading.” Fortunately, it’s no longer the only viable option, according to Dr. John Halamka and Paul Cerrato.
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.
Through its recently announced partnership, Mayo Clinic and Kaiser Permanente aim to “expand access to care that combines the comforts of home with the expertise of hospitalists,” according to John Halamka and Paul Cerrato, who discuss its unique components in this blog.