Often lost in discussions about AI’s unfolding impact on healthcare is its uncertain effect on patient-physician relationships. The authors of an opinion piece published July 15 in JAMA take up a key question underlying this lack.
Uber Health, the healthcare subsidiary of rideshare company Uber, has granted access of its American fleet to a blockchain startup. The relationship establishes blockchain and cryptocurrency in the healthcare space.
While Google has ventured into the healthcare field with various technologies and tools, it is also collecting vast amounts of healthcare data through these tools and through deals with healthcare stakeholders.
Hospital operating rooms hoping to keep up with their competition during a forecasted $2.5 billion spending spree need to invest in integrating robotics to improve precision, virtual reality to inform pre-surgery planning and AI to analyze risks.
Mount Sinai Health System, a New York-based hospital network, is working on a series of digital news segments with Discovery’s Science Channel to reveal innovations in science and medicine, including AI.
Paralleling its drive for greater transparency in hospital and insurer pricing, the Trump Administration is calling for AI to be made more readily understandable in all industries using it, including healthcare.