Mar 19 2024

HIMSS24: How to Set Nurses Up for AI Success

Artificial intelligence has the potential to improve clinical workflows and patient outcomes. Nurses are likely going to be engaging with AI tools more directly soon, but are they prepared or even open to working with these solutions?

As healthcare organizations plan to implement AI for clinical workflows, whether it’s generative AI or another form, they must involve nurses and clinicians in the conversation early to ensure project success.

READ MORE: Healthcare embraces AI as industry leaders seek support for clinicians.

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Video Highlights

  • AI tools can aid clinicians with ambient documentation during patient visits or prevent falls. Healthcare organizations are now considering generative AI use cases to ease clinical and administrative workflows.
  • Healthcare organizations must understand the problems they’re trying to solve before turning to AI solutions.
  • Having a governance structure in place ensures that clinical voices are heard in discussions about AI adoption.