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At LI hospitals, the artificial intelligence revolution has already begun

At LI hospitals, the artificial intelligence revolution has already begun
The words "artificial intelligence" evoke a futuristic world, but at certain Long Island hospitals, the future is here and now. At some hospitals, nurses track the severity of patients’ symptoms with

The company, which recently announced $200 million in new private funding, pulls information from millions of the networks’ patient records — anonymized to protect confidentiality — and provides real-time analysis to health care providers.projects in use/under development at LI health care institutions include: Northwell Health has joined forces with 19 other health systems to start a company called Truveta, which recently announced $200 million in new private funding from its member networks and its CEO, Terry Myerson.efforts have in common is an ambitious effort to use specialized computer programs to comb through columns of data too vast to be understood by a human being, detect patterns and use that information to guide health care providers in diagnosing and treating patients.in health care is on the rise, with global funding in the sector reaching $8.

in health care totaling $5.Martin Doerfler, Northwell’s senior vice president of clinical strategy and development Health care technology, including A.

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