The recent explosion of ChatGPT has the healthcare community abuzz. But large language models aren’t the only technology changing the way we deliver care. A variety of new tools are now available to clinical, operational, and IT teams driving healthcare forward. On this session, we explore these new options and ask the question: what does this mean for the future of care?
- How top healthcare organizations are using AI and other new technologies to deliver care in novel ways
- Why AI will inevitably replace repetitive processes that take providers away from work that really matters
- The ethical quandaries and operational challenges we face in augmenting and automating care
- Specific examples where AI has successfully improved decision-making for care and operational teams
One of the biggest drivers of change in the healthcare industry is new technology like ChatGPT and other advances in AI. These tools can transform the way we operate, deliver care, and make impactful decisions. But, these are not without concern. Some worry AI algorithms could develop a bias, leading to unequal access to care. Or they could replace a human’s expertise, leading to a less personalized experience. Despite these concerns, AI and new tech have the potential to transform healthcare.
Watch Ben Suster in this engaging discussion with Dr. Rich Parker and Dipu Patel, DMSc, MPAS, PA-C about the digital trends in healthcare that are transforming the way we deliver care. This is a session forward-thinking ACOs, CINs, health systems and hospitals, and payer organizations won’t want to miss.