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5 Jun 2019

From regulators to white-hat hackers, ethicists to engineers, and clinicians to citizen scientists, the recently launched Digital Health Society (DiMe) invites participation from all sectors to ensure that digital medicine realizes its full potential to improve human health.


11 Apr 2019

As the dean of Stanford University School of Medicine, Lloyd B. Minor believes electronic health records still have the potential to make health care more predictive, preventive, and precise — but only if we can achieve sustained collaboration among health care providers, technology companies, and...


2 Apr 2019

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that it is developing a framework for regulating artificial intelligence products used in medicine that continually adapt based on new data.


6 Feb 2019

Hospitals are exploring new uses in intensive care units and surgical recovery rooms, and contemplating a future in which Alexa, or another voice avatar, becomes a virtual member of the medical team.


The hype. The hope. The real-world impact
14 Sep 2018

This archived webinar recording is led by the STAT national correspondent Casey Ross.

The use of artificial intelligence in health care is exploding. Hospitals, drug companies and researchers are racing to make use of its newest iterations, but rapid adoption is outpacing our ability...

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