Healthcare's Future with AI

AI has great potential to revolutionize healthcare by enhancing research, improving clinical applications, and optimizing back office operations. Overcoming fear of new technology and starting small pilot projects is key to realizing the benefits of AI in healthcare.


  • AI is on the verge of enabling exciting innovations in healthcare through 5G hyperconnectivity
  • Three areas where AI promises major impact: research, clinical applications, back office operations
  • AI can help address historical challenges and keep healthcare viable into the future
  • People fear new technologies like AI initially. Education, open conversations, and small pilots help overcome fear.
  • Radiologists went from fearing AI would replace jobs to embracing it once they tried lung nodule software
  • Important first steps: Educate yourself on the tech, issues, and potential. Pick partners wisely. Start small pilots.
  • Approach AI with imagination and excitement about future potential rather than fear
  • AI can finally help healthcare overcome long-standing challenges related to efficiency and viability

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