AI in Healthcare 2020 Leadership Survey Report: About the Survey

The AI in Healthcare team embarked on this survey to gain a deeper understanding of the current state of artificial and augmented intelligence in use and being planned across healthcare in the next few years. We polled readers of AI in Healthcare, AIin.Healthcare and sister brand HealthExec.com over 2 months. All data is presented in this report in aggregate, with individual responses remaining anonymous.

The content in this report reflects the input of 1,238 physicians, executives, IT and administrative leaders in healthcare, medical devices and IT and software development from across the globe, with 75 percent based in the United States. The report focuses on the responses of providers and professionals at the helm of healthcare systems, integrated delivery networks, academic medical centers, hospitals, imaging centers and physician groups across the U.S. For a deeper dive into survey demographics, click here.

Some respondents chose to share more specific demographics that help us better get to know our survey base. Those 165 healthcare leaders work for 38 unique health systems, hospitals, physician groups and imaging or surgery centers, across 39 states and the District of Columbia. They are large, small and mid-sized, for profit, not for profit, academic and government owned. Respondents, too, herald from all levels of leadership. Here are some of the interesting titles who chimed in—and we are thankful they did: CEO, CFO, CMO, CIO, chief innovation officer, chief data officer, chief administrative officer, medical director of quality, senior VP of quality and innovation officer, system director of transformation, VP of service line development, and plenty of physicians, directors of ICU, imaging, cath lab and surgery, nurses and technologists.

In this report we unpack current trends in AI and machine learning, drill into data from various perspectives such as the C-suite and the physician leader, and learn how healthcare systems are using and planning to use AI. Turn the page and see where we are and where we’re going.

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Author: Mary C. Tierney, MS, Chief Content Officer, AI in Healthcare magazine and AIin.Healthcare