Workflow headaches, patient fears and lack of regulation among barriers to AI in healthcare
Artificial intelligence technology has promise for healthcare, but providers looking to deploy the technology could run into some significant challenges. AI tools are being applied to cybersecurity, precision medicine, wellness and a variety of other major initiatives in the industry. But for them to truly work, providers must analyze the costs effectively and tie the tech to a particular issue, write Jennifer S. Geeter and Dale C. Van Demark, healthcare attorneys at McDermott Will & Emery, in an article for Hospitals & Health Networks.
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