How to deploy AI and automation for clinician burnout, safely and securely
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Although there are valid concerns about how artificial intelligence (AI) is being used in healthcare settings, AI applications are already improving the clinician experience. From alleviating time-intensive documentation and charting to boosting the speed to insights for decision support, several use cases prove the value of AI and machine learning models. But they need to be deployed judiciously with a focus on patient safety and algorithm transparency, and with cybersecurity built in from the ground up. Join Mark Patrick McGill, MD, EVP and Chief Transformation Officer at Community Health Network, and Dell Technologies’ Healthcare CNIO, Americas, Romina Elias, and Global Healthcare Director, Client Solutions, Susmit Pal, as they discuss how they're approaching AI and automation deployments to improve the workplace experience for staff.
You’ll learn more about:
- Staffing challenges in the current healthcare landscape
- How intelligent automation, AI and immersive technologies can enable a more productive workforce
- The unintended cybersecurity consequences of increased access to data – and how to mitigate those risks