Becker's Healthcare January 21, 2022
Naomi Diaz

Scientists at University of Utah Health in Salt Lake City partnered with Salt Lake City-based Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital physicians to use an artificial intelligence tool to examine whether a patient is susceptible to heart disease, according to a study published Jan. 18 in PLOS Digital Health.

The researchers and physicians used electronic health records to identify conditions associated with cardiovascular disease. They then combined the EHR records with a probabilistic graphical network, an AI program, to calculate how many of those conditions would...

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