Hospitals are using artificial intelligence technology to reduce the rate of dangerous falls, diagnose diseases more quickly, simplify communication between doctors and predict which patients are at risk of developing serious conditions. Although a Healthcare IT News and HIMSS Analytics survey showed 35% of health care organizations intend to implement the technology in the next two years, doubts about return on investment are hampering widespread adoption.
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