Clinicians, payers, government seek balance with artificial intelligence

Adam Weinstein, MD, said artificial intelligence is a powerful tool that can enhance treatment strategies for patients with kidney disease – when it is used as an adjunct to decision-making by the kidney care team.
Creating the balance is a high priority for medical specialties, health care associations and the government, as the technology is evaluated in health care practices and hospitals in the United States.
“It is perhaps the most exciting, technical advancement in health care in recent history from a large data standpoint,” Weinstein, chief medical information officer

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