AVIA Bulletin – A country Delta-d and divided
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Twenty years ago, Steven Spielberg’s Minority Report told a tale of a police force using the insights of clairvoyant “precogs” to analyze data so they could arrest and convict murderers before they committed crimes. While that movie was set in 2054, artificial intelligence (AI) is already yielding insights that we couldn’t have fathomed back when this movie was released.
We may not yet be able to predict pandemics before they start, but half of healthcare executives reported that they’re already using AI in a recent survey. AI is helping health systems address burnout, schedule appointments with robotic process automation, improve billing, increase the accuracy of diagnostics, parse conversations with natural language processing tools, reduce the risks associated with social determinants of health, and more. If you haven’t yet set a strategy to implement AI, there’s no time like the present. Let’s get started.
It’s 2022, and it’s time to wake up and smell the digital. If you’re throwing digital solutions at a wall like spaghetti to see what sticks instead of following a formal digital transformation strategy, you’re not making the most of your investment in technology. Our white paper, Building a Digital Transformation Strategy at Your Health System, will show you why your health system needs an organization-wide digital transformation strategy and how you can build one that works, with examples of successful strategies from two leading health systems.
Download the report here.
Read: “How to stay motivated when the last thing you want to do is exercise” from the New York Times to discover how to beat your resolution malaise and create new habits to carry throughout the year
Listen: to WeCrashed, a podcast starring Anne Hathaway and Jared Leto that dives deep into the rise and fall of the shared workspace startup WeWork
Watch: Season 2 of Cheer on Netflix, chronicling a college cheerleading squad’s quest to defend their championship despite some major obstacles