Topic: Artificial Intelligence
Mayo Clinic is using voice assistant technology to provide healthcare services and exploring the use of voice as a diagnostic tool for telemedicine.
OCR settled a complaint against a hospital system that it had denied a patient with an intellectual disability placement on a heart transplant list.
CMS and CMMI are launching a competition to explore the use of artificial intelligence to predict health outcomes and improve healthcare delivery.
IBM Watson Health plans to collaborate on researching the use of AI to address major public health issues, such as patient safety and health equity.
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Google plans to develop its own EHR for clinicians that leverages machine learning to predict clinical outcomes, according to a patent application.
Regulatory issues, product labeling and privacy concerns need to be addressed before AI is widely adopted in clinical decision support systems.
With all the industry investment in healthcare technology, why are traditional healthcare companies not represented in the AI patenting landscape?