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The HIMSS AI / Machine Learning Channel presents educational sessions from healthcare experts who are building practical and effective solutions for improving the quality of care while helping to control costs.

In Applying Machine Learning to Patient Records to Improve Clinical Recommendations we will showcase a use case for machine-learning that instantly scans medical records. The technique allow clinicians to review recommended tratment outputs, saving time spent reviewing each document. 

In the webinar AI: Evaluating Opportunities for Healthcare Providers we provide an overview of the change that AI and machine learning will bring to healthcare. It is designed to help IT managers understand how these new technologies can help improve the quality of insights available to clinicians and administrators.

In Improving Value with Prescriptive Analytics: Lessons Learned from Applying Cognitive Computing to Clinical Data we shared a presentation on how advanced predictive analytics algorithms were used at a leading health system. This webinar provides insight into how similar techniques can benefit you organization.

Check back again to learn how Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning techniques can provide greater insight from health records.

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Identifying Opportunities for Intervention by Applying Machine Learning

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Dec 12, 2017