• Wednesday • May 22, 2024

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    Epic releases open-source AI validation tool for health systems

    Epic Launched an Open Source Tool on Wednesday to Enable Healthcare Organizations to Test and Monitor Artificial Intelligence Models

    The AI validation software suite is free and available to the public on GitHub, Corey Miller, vice president of research and development at Epic, told Fierce Healthcare. Health systems can download the code to their electronic health record systems, he said.

    Health systems can use the tool to validate AI models that integrate with EHR systems, including models developed by Epic as well as other those developed by other organizations. As AI best practices are developed, the open-source framework will enable organizations to bring in those standards and practices alongside the AI validation capabilities, Epic executives said.

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  • Friday • September 29, 2023

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    Mayo Clinic to test new generative AI applications from Microsoft

    Physicians and Other Clinical Staff Are Exploring Ways to Combine LLMs With Productivity Apps to Reduce Provider Burden

    The Rochester, Minnesota-based Mayo Clinic will be an early participant in the Microsoft 365 Copilot Early Access Program – offering its clinicians and staff the ability to test artificial intelligence technology, which combines large language models with Microsoft 365 apps – calendars, emails, chats, documents and more – to enable improved productivity and reduce administrative burden.

    Mayo Clinic says it’s hopeful that new and emerging generative AI applications can help its physicians and nurses automate form-filling tasks and help with other time-consuming admin work that takes focus away from patients.

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