Healthcare IT Today June 18, 2024
Grayson Miller

Although we all call it AI, the technology we have is not all the way there to be true independent and self-thinking artificial intelligence. Instead, the AI that we are working with is a very sophisticated technology that is trained to predict and analyze things based on what it has been coded and trained to recognize. So in that spirit, let’s take a moment to look at all of the work that AI-driven predictive analytics and machine learning algorithms are doing in the world of healthcare right now.

We reached out to our brilliant Healthcare IT Today Community and asked them how AI-driven predictive analytics and machine learning algorithms are being employed to streamline hospital operations, optimize resource allocations, and...

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