Here’s What You May Not Know About Artificial Intelligence



Find out why “machine learning” is the most important part of the AI puzzle.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is an ever-expanding field within the world of healthcare. While the possibilities for future expansion are seemingly endless, AI has already made an imprint on everything from coding and billing automation to the harnessing of patient data for chronic care management.

In fact, the feds have even begun to use AI’s ability to garner data as a means of tracking healthcare providers for fraud detection. To avoid falling under the crosshairs of one of these AI algorithms, it’s essential that you’re able to deconstruct the concept of AI into its respective elements.


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