Removing barriers to adoption of artificial intelligence solutions to reduce burnout in health care requires developers to put the user first by understanding how AI will affect them and their patients or members, according to Keith Roberts, a vice president at Change Healthcare. AI solutions work at health care organizations that are committed to innovation, Roberts says, because the organizations understand it is important to disrupt their own processes before external forces do so.
Putting users first can aid adoption of AI solutions
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