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According to Accenture research, healthcare consumers continue to show strong use of digital technology for self-service care – and the numbers are rising each year.
Data will have an increasingly important role to play in healthcare systems.
Researchers at Mt. Sinai’s Icahn School of Medicine in New York have a unique collaborator: an in-house artificial intelligence system known as Deep Patient. The researchers have taught Deep Patien…