There is much chatter out there about “Artificial Intelligence” and “Machine Learning.” We’ve been hearing these terms for years, but in the past primarily just in the movies with stories about AI robots taking over the world and such. However, recently, these terms have emerged as commonplace and are actually being applied in a wide variety of ways making astonishing advances throughout various industries, in particular healthcare.
From medical devices to clinical research, the impact this technology has already made in healthcare sectors is significant. It is apparent that healthcare is moving in the direction of AI and machine learning, but do you ever find yourself asking the question, what exactly do these terms mean and what’s the difference between the two?
BY SUSAN GATEHOUSE, CEO, AXEA SOLUTIONS
HIMA held this years’ CDI Summit in the Windy City (aka Chicago, which is a bit more humid than windy this time of year), on July 14-15, 2019. The theme of the conference was Advancing the Documentation Journey, and as promised, it provided many insights on the topic through practical workshops, informative presentations, and several keynote addresses from well-respected industry experts. Here are some highlights from the event -