Healthcare IT News June 4, 2021
Joyoti Goswami

While traditionally deeply skeptical of artificial intelligence in clinical settings, in today’s fast-changing care delivery landscape many physicians are thinking more proactively about how how AI can improve quality and patient experience..

Physicians have always looked at artificial intelligence with some amount of skepticism. Most believe that AI and machine learning technologies are overhyped, and cannot solve clinical problems in real life.

Physicians tend to not like machines dictating their decisions. They prefer to rely on their clinical acumen and judgment to diagnose and make clinical decisions.

But in today’s changing care delivery landscape and consumers demanding better engagement and care experience, physicians are rethinking how they can improve care delivery.

Empowered decision-making, improved health outcomes 

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