It is a matter of honour and pleasure for me and my team to announce the launch of the very first issueof American Hospital & Healthcare Management magazine in 2023. I extend my gratitude to my super energetic team, an encouraging panel of advisory board members, and all the subject matter expertswho have contributed their various articles.
We wouldn’t have achieved this milestone without your tenacious efforts and belief
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Technology-Enabled Healthcare with Data-Driven Intelligent Diagnostic Systems
We have come a long way from its inception a few decades ago to its rapid proliferation and adoption in the healthcare sector today.AI and ML applications are enabling us to witness giant leaps in sophisticated diagnostics, facilities, patient care, and critical-care medicine.
Artificial intelligence techniques help in critical care and emergency medicine, assisting in diagnosis, patient management, and predictions. Prof. Jean-Louis Vincent, UniversitéLibre de Bruxelles gives a detailed account of how artificial intelligence (AI) will change the critical care medicine scenario and personalize patient care.
Clinical prognostic models assist clinicians in tailoring treatments for changes in the brainbody interface in order to maximize the chances of survival and recovery following an aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage. Benjamin W. Y. Lo from the Department of Neurological Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital explains how regression analysis, classification, and regression tree analysis, as well as the machine learning technique of artificial neural networks, assist in creating a prognostic decision-making tool for cerebrovascular disorders.
Generative artificial intelligence (GAI) are programmes that allow computers to use data elements such as audio files, images, and text to produce original content. James Gillespie, Addie Bobosky, Sophia Senese from Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, Indiana, & LinseyFeit from Optum, Minneapolis, explain how GAI can lead to previously unreached levels of insights into diagnostics, diseases, and treatments.
Deploying artificial intelligence (AI) technology to health records is the next step in the evolution of healthcare. Lorie Morris, senior vice president, clinical, at Prestige Healthcare, explains how AI is helping clinicians move from assessment to intervention faster, speeding up the recovery time.
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