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Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare: Our Next Great Innovation, Part III - AIs Use in the Future of Healthcare

During the first and second posts on artificial intelligence (AI) and healthcare, I explored AI’s broad definitions an ...


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Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare: Our Next Great Innovation, Part III - AIs Use in the Future of Healthcare

Optimism in Practice: Mindfulness Strategies for H ...

In life and leadership, I have been giving a lot of thought about how to propagate optimism. Optimism is not so much abo ...

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Did You Miss National Healthcare Decisions Day?

An important day on the calendar recently passed, and I am not talking about Tax Day. April 16 is National Healthcare De ...

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Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare: Our Next Gr ...

Most of us have heard someone invariably shout out, “Hey, Siri!” or “Alexa . . . !” These examples are how artif ...

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Autonomy and Motivation for the Healthcare Workfor ...

I recently discovered the New England Journal of Medicine podcast Not Otherwise Specified. In full transparency, I have ...

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Implicit vs Explicit Bias in Healthcare: A Crash C ...

We all have it—bias, that is. It affects how we interact with others and our relationships, including our ability to d ...

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When a Window Is More Than Just Something We Look ...

I am sure you have heard the phrase “window of time” applied to many different aspects of life. I’m also sure you' ...

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Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare: Our Next Gr ...

In 1935, the great British mathematician Alan Turing described a math machine that had limitless capabilities of solving ...

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Primary Hyperoxaluria: Pathophysiology, Diagnosis, ...

PH PathophysiologyPrimary hyperoxalurias (PHs) are rare and caused by a genetic defect of glycolate metabolism in which ...

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Sexual Health in Patients With Rheumatic Disease: ...

It is not easy to ask our patients about sexual health and functioning. The European Alliance of Associations for Rheuma ...

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