The data privacy implications of AI in the US healthcare sector

Peter McLaughlin of Rimon reports on the dynamic landscape which includes nationwide requirements for transparency around AI and algorithms used in health IT.

Artificial intelligence (AI) has revolutionized the healthcare sector and is likely to continue to do so for the foreseeable future. Beyond the ubiquity of generative AI and similar offerings, the health sector is particularly hungry for data and analytics that can improve the delivery of care to an individual or a population. From concepts like personalized medicine to gene therapy, the ability to gather and analyze relevant data sets will effectively continue to be in demand. Enter AI, promising innovative solutions to improve patient care, streamline operations, and advance medical research. AI tools are being deployed across various facets of healthcare, showcasing their potential to enhance diagnostics, treatment plans, administrative tasks, and overall efficiency.

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