Becker's Healthcare April 16, 2024
Giles Bruce

Renton, Wash.-based Providence and Microsoft are using artificial intelligence to scan massive amounts of patient data to improve cancer care.

Generative AI from Microsoft summarizes unstructured data from test results, imaging and EHRs into a readable, text-based format for busy oncologists.

“The last hope of our profession may well be AI-assisted curation of information streams that converge in the exam room,” said Providence medical oncologist Rom Leidner, MD, in an April 15 Microsoft news release. “[W]e appear to be at the doorstep of a transformative technology capable of handling...

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