Becker's Healthcare May 23, 2023
Giles Bruce

To get artificial intelligence to patients faster, health systems could standardize their procurement processes and the government could clarify the regulations for the technology, researchers from University of Miami School of Medicine and New York City-based Weill Cornell Medicine say.

“While some AI technologies have made it into the clinic, most of these have come from large conglomerates, like Google or Amazon,” said Azizi Seixas, PhD, a study senior author and interim chair of informatics and health data science at University of Miami School of Medicine, in a May 19 university news release.

Health systems each have their own procurement procedures, a challenge for AI and digital health...

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