5 hospitals, health systems already implementing AI

We may still be many years away from seeing automation integrated across entire healthcare organizations, but many have already begun to incorporate artificial intelligence into clinical workflows on a case-by-case basis.

Here are five hospitals and health systems that have introduced AI into their organizations in recent months.

1. Baltimore-based University of Maryland Medical Systems launched the Baltimore score, a proprietary machine learning model to predict hospital readmissions.

2. Novant Health, based in Winston-Salem, N.C., opened its Institute of Innovation & AI to provide more personalized patient care and accelerated solutions.

3. Elizabethtown, Ky.'s Hardin Memorial Health became the first health system to implement IBM Watson Health Imaging's Patient Synopsis system to extract clinically relevant information from a patient's EHR.

4. Partners HealthCare announced a commitment to provide AI capabilities to all clinicians and researchers in the Boston-based health system within the next year, an initiative spearheaded by Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women's Hospital's joint center for clinical data science.

5. Cleveland Clinic formed the Center for Clinical Artificial Intelligence to encourage and support the use of AI in diagnostics, disease prediction and treatment planning by fostering collaboration among physicians, researchers and data scientists to solve clinical issues using AI.

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