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  • Vanderbilt to test Microsoft AI copilot

    An AI copilot program is being tested at Nashville, Tenn.-based Vanderbilt University Medical Center to assist physicians with healthcare documentation.
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    Large language and multimodal models that respond with text explanations and ambient documentation in healthcare are on the cusp of change, UC San Diego Health's first chief health artificial intelligence officer, Karandeep Singh, MD, told the La Jolla Light in a Jan. 4 report. 
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    Researchers have created an artificial intelligence model they say can accurately predict a person's lifespan, the Boston Globe reported.
  • Ascension outsources home health services

    Nashville, Tenn.-based Ascension Saint Thomas Home Health has transitioned to Compassus, which specializes in providing integrated home-based care. 
  • U of Pennsylvania researchers unveil new AI tool for pathology research

    Researchers from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia developed a tool that uses artificial intelligence to image cells and provide insight into gene activity.
  • Mayo Clinic to commercialize AI cancer model

    Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic entered into a partnership with Aiforia to commercialize an artificial intelligence model designed to predict the recurrence of colorectal cancer.
  • Goldman Sachs closes $650M healthcare investment fund

    Goldman Sachs Asset Management closed on a $650 million investment fund to target life sciences. 
  • Generative AI, health IT to drive healthcare investing in '24, Bain says

    Generative artificial intelligence and IT will be among the biggest drivers of healthcare private equity investments in 2024, Bain & Co. reported Jan. 3.
  • 'We heal better in our homes': Intermountain hospital-at-home program surpasses 1K patients

    Salt Lake City-based Intermountain Health's hospital-level care at home program has surpassed 1,000 patients since the service began in May 2020.
  • Viewpoint: Why health systems should have a chief AI officer

    UC San Diego Health's first chief artificial intelligence officer, Karandeep Singh, MD, encouraged health systems to develop leadership roles focused on AI, The San Diego Union-Tribune reported Jan. 2.
  • New York hospital to open innovation center

    Niagara Falls (N.Y.) Medical Center will open a new innovation and training center through a donation from West Herr Auto Group CEO and President Scott Bieler, The Buffalo News reported Jan. 2.
  • WellSpan's innovative approach to tackling burnout

    York, Pa.-based WellSpan Health is using artificial intelligence to enhance patient safety and mitigate nurse burnout by implementing a system that enables nurses to remotely monitor patients and complete some routine tasks virtually.
  • How AI is making sense of $4 trillion in medical expenses

    Health systems, hospitals and insurance providers are actively seeking artificial intelligence tools to gain a competitive advantage in billing and processing their share of the $4 trillion spent annually on medical expenses by Americans, Politico reported Dec. 31.
  • How the 5 largest health systems used AI in 2023

    In 2023, large health systems adopted artificial intelligence in a myriad of different ways, including for marketing, telehealth and emergency medicine.
  • Mass General Brigham's generative AI plans for '24

    Somerville, Mass.-based Mass General Brigham plans to use generative artificial intelligence to compare patients to ones with similar profiles to help with their treatment, The Wall Street Journal reported.
  • Digital insurance company raises $175M

    Devoted Health, a technology-focused insurance company for Medicare beneficiaries, raised $175 million in series E financing.
  • Health IT VC funding falls

    Health IT startups raised $900 million in the third quarter of 2023, making it the second consecutive quarter of declining funding, according to a Dec. 13 Pitchbook report.
  • Healthcare's year of 5G

    In 2023, large health systems, such as Cleveland Clinic and Boston Children's, accelerated their adoption of 5G technology.
  • NewYork-Presbyterian has 120 AI initiatives

    New York City-based NewYork-Presbyterian has approximately 120 AI initiatives underway across clinical and nonclinical areas.

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