90% of health IT execs expect widespread AI implementation in next 5 years

Three report insights:.

Regardless of operation restraints and financial top priorities moved by the COVID-19 pandemic, a lot of healthcare companies (90 percent) anticipate artificial intelligence systems and tools to achieve extensive adoption throughout the industry over the next five years, according to Black Book Research.

For its current Nov. 4 AI report, Black Book surveyed 540 health information management executives about their AI efforts and perceptions.

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Wednesday, November 4th, 2020
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1. Forty-seven percent of survey participants stated their organizations are currently utilizing AI in one form or another.

2. Ninety-five percent of hospital participants said they are positive that AI can enhance document development and assistance clinicians catch a more holistic view of the patient while improving profits stability.

3. Eighty-six percent of health systems CFOs said the biggest incentive for adoption AI coding support tools is to supply improvements case mix index enhancements, which can help increase revenues.

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