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    Executives at Los Angeles-based Cedars-Sinai told Becker's that the health system is leaning into large language models and artificial intelligence tools as a way to fight clinician burnout.
  • Coding transformation with AI: 3 roundtable takeaways on ROI, adoption, and strengthening RCM

    At the 8th Annual Becker's Health IT + Digital Health + RCM Meeting, Andrew Lockhart, CEO of Fathom, led an executive roundtable discussion with hospital and health system leaders about the challenges and opportunities of automating medical coding with AI technology.
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    The need for remote access to healthcare over the past few years had shifted how the entire healthcare industry provided care outside the walls of a medical facility.
  • What's stopping your hospital from advancing innovation efforts?

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  • 3 biotech companies laying off workers

    As global biotech investment has cooled since the biotech bull market of 2021, some companies have looked to cut more than 25% of their staff.
  • General Catalyst's team of former hospital CEOs

    As General Catalyst looks to expand its healthcare presence to actually own and operate a health system, it has tapped former hospital CEOs into key leadership positions.
  • 7 healthcare 'moonshots'

    The Biden administration has taken on a worthy adversary with its "moonshot" goal of halving cancer deaths over the next 25 years and, in the process, saving 4 million lives. But what other "moonshot" projects would healthcare leaders take on?
  • More than half of patients believe AI will improve healthcare access, Deloitte says

    A survey of 2,014 adults from consulting giant Deloitte found that 53% believe generative artificial intelligence could improve access to healthcare.
  • General Catalyst's plan to fix a 'very frustrating' healthcare industry

    General Catalyst's Head of the Health Assurance Ecosystem Daryl Tol said that despite the "very frustrating" healthcare industry, the investment firm is still going to "put a stake in the ground with healthcare systems," Yahoo Finance reported Nov. 14.
  • Former Optum exec joins healthcare VC firm

    Trip Hofer, the former CEO of Optum Behavioral Health Solutions, joined healthcare venture capital firm .406 Ventures as a venture partner.
  • U of Miami Health System deploys AI enterprise-wide

    University of Miami Health System will implement AI from Aidoc to detect potential issues at the initial stages of care, streamline workflows and facilitate ongoing support throughout the post-diagnosis phase.
  • Salesforce, Accenture partner to launch healthcare unit

    Software and IT companies Salesforce and Accenture are partnering to bring generative artificial intelligence tools to healthcare, life sciences and biopharma companies.
  • 51% of Americans optimistic about AI improving healthcare

    Fifty-one percent of U.S. adults expressed optimism about the potential for new applications of artificial intelligence to drive significant advancements and breakthroughs in healthcare in the coming year, a recent survey from Medtronic and Morning Consult found. 
  • CommonSpirit, Amazon's One Medical partner

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  • MD Anderson launches $100M data science institute

    Houston-based University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center has launched a huge data science project to advance oncology treatment, research and patient experience.
  • Vanderbilt, Duke receive $1.25M grant to improve AI oversight in healthcare

    Nashville, Tenn.-based Vanderbilt University Medical Center and Durham, N.C. Duke University School of Medicine have received a $1.25 million grant from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation to enhance the supervision of AI technology within healthcare systems.
  • How Lexington Medical Center used data to build trust and unlock OR capacity

    To unlock an operating room's full potential, building trust and engagement with surgeons is essential.
  • Emory launches AI institute

    Emory University, based in Atlanta, has launched the Emory Empathetic AI for Health Institute, an institute dedicated to using artificial intelligence and computing power to extract meaningful insights from massive amounts of data and forecast outcomes that enhance patient well-being across various diseases.
  • Biotech company lays off 40% of workforce, closes headquarters

    Sangamo Therapeutics, a biotech company developing treatment for genetic conditions, announced that it is laying off 162 employees, or 40% of the company's U.S. workforce, as the company looks to restructure and focus on the creation of neurological treatments.
  • How Kaiser uses AI to track patient deterioration

    Oakland, Calif.-based Kaiser Permanente has been developing artificial intelligence tools that track patient deterioration for more than a decade, The Washington Post reported Nov. 7.
  • Can AI save hospitals from the staffing crisis?

    Some hospital leaders are optimistic that artificial intelligence could liberate their clinicians from hours of administrative work and return them to the bedside.

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