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ASHHRA What's New
Health care is evolving faster than we ever could have imagined. We are in the midst of a health care revolution, driven by Artificial Intelligence (AI). AI is creating a space for innovation and can enable you to work more efficiently and effectively in the face of unprecedented change. To help you understand how AI is meeting the today’s challenges and is shaping your work, the American Hospital Association and Microsoft have teamed up to offer a unique course.
On-Demand Educational Webinars
[ON-DEMAND CONFERENCE SESSION] People are the heart of health care. They are the key factor in driving patient and financial outcomes and they account for half of the operating costs at a typical hospital. Over the last several years, we as business professionals have been using data, AI, and predictive analytics to help hospital leaders substantially improve both patient and financial outcomes. The presenters will review pre- and post-analyses and comparisons against control groups to illustrate the impact that AI and predictive analytics can have on organizational and nursing outcomes.
On-Demand Educational Webinars
[ON-DEMAND CONFERENCE SESSION] How will clinical roles and responsibilities change as new delivery models and technology to coordinate care and provide care at the home intersect? How do I recruit the top talent required for a competitive advantage in an AI-enabled world? What competencies will be most attractive to health care employers as automation grows?
HR Pulse Article
With clinicians in many hospitals still struggling with, and grumbling about, EHRs, it’s natural for health care HR leaders to view the buzz about yet another highly touted technology — artificial intelligence (AI) — with an abundance of caution.
HR Pulse Article
[HR PULSE ARTICLE]: By Lindsey Dunn Burgstahler The growing use of artificial intelligence (AI) in health care promises opportunities for improvement in areas including but not limited to diagnostic accuracy, treatment efficacy, patient outcomes and patient and clinician experience. AI will enable standardization of best practices while allowing for further personalization of treatment options and care pathways — supporting high-value care that improves the health of individuals and populations.