There is great promise associated with the use of artificial intelligence in healthcare. Clinicians and other healthcare stakeholders are hopeful AI can transform the status quo in healthcare by changing how patients are managed across the care continuum, clinical data is used and treatment decisions are made. But there are still barriers that stand in the way of widespread implementation of AI across the healthcare industry including technology, data and regulatory hurdles.
In a discussion with Modern Healthcare Custom Media, two industry leaders offered their perspectives on how healthcare leaders can harness the potential of AI for their organization and overcome the challenges to more rapid adoption. They also discuss the potential for AI to decrease costs and improve clinical burnout.
Diana Nole is executive vice president and general manager of Nuance’s healthcare division, which creates AI-powered solutions that prioritize physician-patient experiences and engage all healthcare stakeholders to improve care quality, outcomes, and costs.
Tabitha Ponte is founder and CEO of Ponte Health, a Fla.-based company specializing in the development and holdings of health facilities and infrastructure that are sustainable, technology integrated, and patient- and data-driven.