Health systems are rapidly incorporating artificial intelligence into their operating models and clinical care delivery. Many are partnering with digital health companies or pioneering AI-driven EHR applications with external tech support.
Others are building internal teams to set their artificial intelligence strategy and propel their organizations into the future. Many of the AI positions are garnering six-figure salaries, which can be tough for hospitals and health systems to manage with tight margins and multiple strategic priorities. But as AI becomes more ubiquitous in healthcare, can systems afford not to invest in it?