Kaiser Permanente is actively engaged in leveraging augmented intelligence to support patient care and streamlining work. Below please find a selection of news and studies showcasing the latest thinking and data related to augmented intelligence in health care.
Kaiser Permanente’s Division of Research, with support from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, has selected five augmented intelligence/machine learning proposals to support in order to “identify best practices for scalability, and build capacity for effectively implementing and rigorously evaluating the use of AI/ML algorithms for diagnostic decision-making in real-world settings.”
Kaiser Permanente physicians are optimistic about health care innovations that can improve patient care while also supporting programs to reduce physician burnout.
Yates Coley, PhD, associate biostatistics investigator at Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute shares insights into evaluating artificial intelligence models to assess for impact and bias.
Vincent Liu, MD, in conversation with the American Medical Association shares Kaiser Permanente’s experience with AI and what augmented intelligence capabilities are emerging. Podcast and transcript are available.
Kaiser Permanente study finds artificial intelligence algorithms work better than commonly used breast cancer risk prediction tool.
Kaiser Permanente study shows computerized interpretation of doctors’ medical reports can identify patients with aortic stenosis.