How 5 hospitals are using AI to improve patient care

Hospitals are using artificial intelligence to improve health outcomes, conduct research and improve patient care. Here are five artificial intelligence projects health systems have recently created and deployed, as reported by Becker's Hospital Review:

1. New York City-based Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center researchers created and trained AI to identify ovarian cancer. The AI algorithm was able to detect ovarian cancer from a blood sample more accurately than currently available biomarker tests.

2. A Mayo Clinic and Janssen-backed venture has received FDA breakthrough designation for its AI-enhanced, ECG-based algorithm screening tool that provides early diagnosis of patients with pulmonary hypertension.

3. Decatur, Texas-based Wise Health System has partnered with AI-powered remote patient monitoring company Biofourmis to launch a hospital-at-home program.

4. Cincinnati Children's Hospital is using AI and machine learning to analyze recordings of student interviews with school employees. The AI and machine learning technology will look for keywords that identify whether a student needs a referral to a counselor or other help to prevent harm to themselves or others. The program will be introduced to two Cincinnati-area schools this year.

5. York, Pa.-based Wellspan Health is using Nuance Dragon Ambient eXperience, an AI voice-activated technology, to help its physicians automatically transcribe medical visit notes.

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