See five key findings from a CCM-KLAS survey on AI in health care
Health system leaders view artificial intelligence as the area of health care innovation holding the most potential.
Even prior to COVID-19, health systems had uncovered reliable use cases for big-data analytics. Now with the upsurge in virtual care and the public health crisis driving the need for predictive analytics, AI’s potential has only grown.
To better understand how hospital leaders are eyeing algorithm-driven tools, several topics were explored by the Center for Connected Medicine (CCM) and its research partner KLAS, including the degree to which AI was leveraged in the response to COVID-19, how the pandemic has impacted investment, and in which areas adoption is most likely.
The below data were collected in 2020 for the “Top of Mind for Top Health Systems” research and represent responses by 117 executives from 112 health systems across the United States.