Around the nation: Microsoft partners with health systems on AI best practices

Advisory Board
Mar 13, 2024
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Washington: Microsoft has partnered with 16 health systems to launch a stakeholder group dedicated to developing guardrails for AI. The consortium, which is called the Trustworthy & Responsible AI Safety Network (TRAIN), includes Johns Hopkins MedicineMass General BrighamMedStar Health, and Advocate Health. Aside from health systems, Microsoft also plans to partner with the nonprofit community health data network OCHIN and the revenue cycle management company TruBridge. The AI group will share best practices, develop a process for providers to register AI in clinical settings, and offer tools to measure outcomes associated with the technology. According to David Rhew, global CMO and VP for healthcare at Microsoft, TRAIN is meant to complement existing AI stakeholder groups, such as the Coalition for Health AI. (Turner, Modern Healthcare, 3/11)

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