In first time addressing the topic of “augmented intelligence,” the AMA lays out road map for health care AI to ensure quality, protect patient rights.
Renewed focus is needed to increase EHR efficiency and fluency among medical students and residents.
James L. Madara, MD, tells delegates how the AMA’s strategy is built around the changing needs of patients and incorporates physician perspective into new technology.
This EHR training program helps physicians gain critical skills to improve daily operations and cut at least 40 minutes of clicks daily.
A transformational national curricula redesign initiative has created graduates who are better prepared to improve medical practice.