Artificial intelligence is often touted as the next big thing in medicine, with the potential to make healthcare more efficient, more affordable and more personalized. Yet, so far, most uses of AI in healthcare support business as usual, incrementally improving the system and making insurers, hospitals and pharmaceutical companies more money without fundamentally changing the experience for patients.
We are missing out on AI’s revolutionary potential to reshape our healthcare system by directly serving patients and putting them back at the center of care.
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