VALUE-BASED CARE WEEKLY 2: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

Hospitals and physicians look to AI technology to help improve outcomes. This week, we focus on artificial intelligence technology and how it may be useful to improve outcomes in value-based care. We'll hear from thought leaders, hospital administrators, physicians and technologists in the sampling of articles below. This is a powerful tool, and hopefully, it will help physicians and hospitals meet the new criteria for providing value-based care...

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