Can machine learning assist in reporting safety events In hospitals?




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VP innovation and ventures in Healthcare and Biotech, 10,001+ employees
A big thank you to all of you for responding to my poll. 

At Johns Hopkins, based on the work we have done internally, every minute that a nurse or a doctor doesn't have to spend on reporting an adverse event is a minute they can  use to review, analyze, and solve for systemic issues that cause adverse events. We believe that ML algorithms can free up clinician time, contribute to reduced burnout, and allow them to operate at the top of their license. 

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