AI: A data scientist explains how deep and shallow learning can work together to create cost savings

Nationwide Children’s Hospital Chief Research Information Officer Simon Lin says applying artificial intelligence to patient data enables efficiencies and better outcomes for its Medicaid patients.

For all the hype and excited pronouncements about the impacts it can have driving healthcare efficiencies, artificial intelligence is still not deployed as widely (or wisely) as it could be. But many health systems are working in earnest to roll out AI-driven analytics projects – even if their particular payoff isn’t quite yet in sight – with the understanding that the technology is evolving at a dizzying pace, and big improvements could be just around the corner.

Author: Mike Miliard


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