Stanford introduces AI program to improve patient care

The program, taught online by Stanford Medicine faculty, intends to explore the possibilities of personalized care and predictive analytics in a health care setting to improve client outcomes.

Katie Adams –
Monday, August 10th, 2020
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Stanford (Calif.) Universitys Center for Health Education just recently released a four-course online program on expert system in health care for IT professionals and doctor.

” Effective use of AI in health care requires knowing more than simply the algorithms and how they work,” Nigam Shah, PhD, the programs faculty director, said in a Aug. 10 press release. “Stanfords AI in Healthcare program will equip individuals to develop options that assist patients and change our health care system. The program will supply a complex perspective on what it takes to bring AI to the clinic securely, cost-effectively, and ethically.”.

The program will check out the current state, patterns, obstacles, applications and ethics of AI in health care. Enrollees will likewise find out how AI affects client care and research study, how AI relates to science and AIs capacity for health care development.

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