AI in Healthcare June 29, 2024
Dave Pearson

The U.S. is far from alone in the world in its wranglings across public and private sectors to adopt propitious healthcare AI innovations quickly yet safely. Our close economic (and military) allies in the U.K. are among those striving to herd healthcare AI cats of their own. What can we learn from their thinking?

Quite a lot, judging by a paper published June 26 by the Health Foundation, an independent nonprofit focused on driving continuous improvements into U.K. healthcare. The document is largely angled to lobby Britain’s National Health Service, the second-largest single-payer healthcare system in the world (after Brazil’s).

However, it’s an open document—one offering easily digestible food for thought to any healthcare AI stakeholders striving to maximize healthcare...

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