AI in radiology is just getting started, but these 4 lessons can help practices prepare
Radiology departments are just beginning to deploy artificial intelligence tools in real-world clinical practice. But learning from these early adopters can help pave the way for others in the specialty. These 4 lessons can help practices prepare better.
- Some groups are using AI to facilitate imaging orders
- Artificial intelligence is creating an entirely novel kind of work for rads, who may be responsible for managing new data streams
- Monitoring and updating processes and software to track performance.
- Assess if the value of AI outweighs its maintenance costs.