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Microsoft and Epic Systems, the largest healthcare software provider in the US, have declared that OpenAI’s GPT-4 will be used in healthcare. This technology will generate answers from medical experts and comb through people’s medical histories for patterns.
Microsoft declared on Monday that Epic Systems—which has faced criticism for using predictive algorithms in the past—will be tapping into Azure OpenAI Service to construct two AI models. GPT-4 service permits medical experts to construct instant reactions to patients without manual effort.
Chero Goswami says:
“Integrating generative AI into some of our daily workflows will increase productivity for many of our providers, allowing them to focus on the clinical duties that truly require their attention.”
SlicerDicer, Paragon’s data exploration tool, is being integrated with data analysis and natural language queries. This tool allows users to search patient records to identify patterns and trends.
Microsoft aims to assist clinical leaders in utilizing a conversational and intuitive approach to data exploration.
GPT-4’s capability to make up information raises privacy concerns about medical records being scanned and whether customers can opt in or out of this technology. No mention has been made in the announcement about these details.
Microsoft’s AI Platform Corporate Vice President, Eric Boyd, is an accomplished leader in the field. With extensive experience in artificial intelligence and technology, he currently serves as the corporate vice president of Microsoft’s AI Platform.
Eric Boyd says:
“The urgent and critical challenges facing healthcare systems and their providers demand a comprehensive approach combining Azure OpenAI Service with Epic’s industry-leading technology,”
“Our expanded partnership builds on a long history of collaboration between Microsoft, Nuance and Epic, including our work to help healthcare organizations migrate their Epic environments to Azure. Together we can help providers deliver significant clinical and business outcomes leveraging the power of the Microsoft Cloud and Epic.”
The potential benefits of GPT-4 in healthcare are vast, and it will be exciting to see how this technology develops and is implemented in the coming years. As with any new technology, careful consideration of the ethical implications will be necessary, but the potential to improve patient care makes it a development worth exploring.
Source: Reclaim The Net