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ChatGPT Nails Oncology Exam; Amazon’s ChatGPT Competitor; AI in Rural Health

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Welcome to MedAI Roundup, highlighting the latest news and research in healthcare-related artificial intelligence each month.

ChatGPT-4 answered 85% of complicated medical oncology exam questions correctly in a cross-sectional study. (JAMA Network Open)

Amazon is working on a new AI model designed to compete with OpenAI’s ChatGPT. (Business Insider)

The Coalition for Health AI (CHAI) has released its draft framework for the development and deployment of AI in healthcare. It’s open for a 60-day public review and comment period.

In a policy position paper, the American College of Physicians called for new AI tools to focus on complementing clinicians’ decision-making, rather than fully replacing it. (Annals of Internal Medicine)

The American College of Radiology announced the launch of a national AI quality assurance program for radiology facilities.

Health officials in California are considering using generative AI tools to translate massive volumes of health-related documents and websites into Spanish and other languages. (KFF Health News)

And AI technology is rapidly expanding into rural healthcare systems across the country. (STAT News)

NIH researchers developed an AI tool that uses routine clinical data, such as blood test results, to predict whether a patient’s cancer will respond to immunotherapy. (Nature Cancer)

Another AI tool was able to predict cardiac events at least 10 years in advance. (The Lancet)

Microsoft’s Nuance Communications announced a partnership with Indiana-based Community Health Network to bring AI tools, including its ambient clinical documentation platform, to its 200 sites across the state.

Meanwhile, Abridge announced an expanded partnership with CHRISTUS Health in Texas.

Michael DePeau-Wilson is a reporter on MedPage Today’s enterprise & investigative team. He covers psychiatry, long covid, and infectious diseases, among other relevant U.S. clinical news. Follow

Source : MedPageToday

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