CMS names 7 finalists for its AI challenge

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Mathematica Policy Research (Princeton, N.J.).

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The challenge, which launched in March 2019, encourages companies to develop AI tools that can anticipate unintended health care center admissions and adverse events within 30 days. Phase 2 finalists will continue establishing their AI algorithms and will send additional predictive algorithms to meet CMS standard target. Stage 2 is slated to end in April 2021.

Jefferson Health (Philadelphia).

Ann Arbor Algorithms (Sterling Heights, Mich.).

The finalists:.

University of Virginia Health System (Charlottesville, Va.).

CMS chose seven health care organizations, which will each receive $60,000, as finalists advancing to the 2nd phase of its Artificial Intelligence Health Outcomes Challenge, the agency revealed Oct. 29.

The obstacle, which launched in March 2019, encourages business to create AI tools that can predict unexpected health care facility admissions and unfavorable events within 30 days. Stage 2 finalists will continue developing their AI algorithms and will submit additional predictive algorithms to satisfy CMS basic target. Stage 2 is slated to end in April 2021.

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Thursday, October 29th, 2020

Geisinger (Danville, Pa.).

Deloitte Consulting (Arlington, Va.).