Litigation Risks Associated with AI in Healthcare

27 Jun , 2022

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With spending on the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in healthcare anticipated to skyrocket in the next two years, healthcare professionals, counsel and claims professionals need to prepare themselves now for the medicolegal issues that are coming. 

This lecture will focus on how AI is being used in medicine and its anticipated negative consequences, including new medical professional liability risks and discovery issues. The program is designed to educate, inform and enlighten those in healthcare risk management, claims management and information technology about the next revolution in healthcare: the use of AI in medical decision-making.

 

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