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Artificial intelligence and machine learning can help manage unstructured data. It can help improve care management for at-risk patients.
Many health management academies wish to enable more efficient, responsible, and future-focused deployment of AI collaborative and machine learning. Hence, Nuance announced it’s joining the Health Management Academy. They aim to co-found an initiative designed by AI deployments. This initiative aims to support clinical decisions, patient experience, operational efficiencies, and cost reductions.
The Academy is working with Nuance. They will launch The AI Collaborative togetherly. The collaboration aims to convene hospital and health system leaders to compare notes on their AI & ML deployments.
The company says that it also envisions working together on targeting leading-edge new use cases. The AI Collaborative will officially launch this September. The launch will happen at the headquarters of Nuance’s corporate parent, Microsoft.
The officials said that there are plans for annual summits in the years to come. Early focus on events around analytics, digital strategy, and clinical transformation will happen. This will take place from the perspective of providers, payers, and life sciences organizations.
Renee DeSilva, CEO of The Academy, stated, “We are so thrilled to expand our partnership with Microsoft and Nuance to introduce The AI Collaborative, a new program at The Academy designed exclusively for clinical and operational executives who lead their organization’s approach to invest in AI as a strategic initiative. Our members have expressed their desire for a dedicated space to explore AI in healthcare and its enormous potential to improve outcomes and clinical workflow.” It will also enable the improvement of social determinants of health.
Many recent Healthcare IT News feature stories and case studies showed these. AI is also increasing the effectiveness of point-of-care ultrasounds. Hence, improving monitoring and documentation in L&D wards. It also helped reduce no-shows and missed appointments. Hence, The AI Collaborative can bring together multiple technical, business, and clinical stakeholders to prioritize the deployment of solutions.