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

.2206.07682 . 37. Will ChatGPT transform healthcare? Nat Med . 2023 ; 29 ( 3 ): 505 – 506 . doi: 10.1038/s41591-023-02289-5 . 38. Yu KH , Beam AL , Kohane IS . Artificial intelligence in healthcare . Nat Biomed Eng. 2018 ; 2 ( 10 ): 719 – 731 . doi: 10.1038/s41551-018-0305-z . 39. Dave T , Athaluri SA , Singh S . ChatGPT in medicine: an overview of its applications, advantages, limitations, future prospects, and ethical considerations . Front Artif Intell. 2023 ; 6 : 1169595 . doi: 10.3389/frai.2023.1169595 . 40. Winn Z

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

mitigation strategies. These features are particularly crucial in healthcare applications where ethical considerations, such as fairness and impartiality, are non-negotiable. GPT-4 and other LLMs present various features that could be harnessed to improve healthcare systems. Its adaptability, advanced processing capabilities, and ethical controls make it a viable technology worth the attention of physicians. GPT-5 is anticipated to be the next-generation language model following GPT-4. While specific release dates are uncertain, some sources suggest it may not arrive

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Robert J Barth

compare the results from an observed evaluation to the entire history of health care science is equivalent to comparing apples to oranges. This creates a lack of scientific credibility for any efforts to interpret the results of an observed evaluation. Ethical considerations This discussion of relevant ethical considerations begins with the simplest model: An evaluator is faced with a proposal for the evaluation to be observed, and the evaluator allows that observation (in the interest of self-protection and cooperation). In this scenario, ethical concerns

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Robert Aurbach

extension of symptoms for economic recompense. Ironically, in such cases the behavior of defense counsel may actually create the problem it was designed to eliminate or defend against. The ethical plaintiff's attorney will not encourage malingering or symptom magnification. Aside from ethical considerations, all patient advocates quickly come to understand that people who are overly focused on their symptoms tend to be difficult and demanding clients. However, the actions of the plaintiff's advocate are not necessarily benign. The attorney is more highly compensated the

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