Healthcare organizations are investing millions of dollars into artificial intelligence to achieve a faster and more accurate care delivery model.
Many systems nationwide are already employing AI for back-office functions such as revenue cycle management, and interest is growing in determining how AI can directly impact patient care and lead to more efficient operations.
Renton, Washington-based Providence has a goal to devote at least 5% of its technology and applications budgets to large language models and AI by the end of the year. The system expects to spend roughly $10 million on AI projects this year, said B.J. Moore, chief information officer.
Read the article at Modern Healthcare.
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