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Christopher R. Brigham
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Waqas A. Buttar
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Mark Bucksbaum
, and
James B. Talmage

Introduction Artificial intelligence (AI) is bringing transformative change across the healthcare ecosystem. 1 (For an overview of AI, see the “Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (AI) and AI-Related Concepts,” article in this issue of the AMA Guides Newsletter. ) Therefore, we must understand the current applications, potential, limitations, and challenges. 2 , 3 AI involvement can be categorized using a risk matrix. Some involvements are low risk and high value (eg, tasks that reduce administrative time for physicians with documentation). 4 Such

in AMA Guides® Newsletter
Christopher R. Brigham
,
Waqas A. Buttar
,
Mark Bucksbaum
, and
James B. Talmage

Introduction Artificial intelligence (AI) has transcended from merely a topic of academic debate to an integral component of modern healthcare systems. It comprises algorithms that emulate human reasoning and decision-making capabilities, offering unprecedented advantages. 1 In the introduction of The AI Revolution in Medicine: GPT-4 and Beyond , 2 Bill Gates remarks, The development of AI is as fundamental as the creation of the personal computer. It will change the way people work, learn, and communicate—and transform healthcare. However, it must

in AMA Guides® Newsletter
Christopher R. Brigham
,
Helene Fearon
,
Steven Feinberg
,
Barry Gelinas
,
David Langham
, and
J. Mark Melhorn

states, “telemedicine now encompasses a much broader array of services and technologies—artificial intelligence, virtual reality and behavioral economics are a few examples that come to mind—that are transforming the way health and care are delivered.” 11 The Health Resources and Services Administration of the US Department of Health and Human Services defines telehealth as the use of electronic information and telecommunications technologies to support and promote long-distance clinical health care, patient and professional health-related education, public health

in AMA Guides® Newsletter