Duke AI Health Director Michael Pencina, PhD, who is a professor of biostatistics and bioinformatics at Duke and serves as the medical school’s vice dean for data science and information technology, was recently quoted in an article appearing in STAT News examining the use of commercially developed predictive algorithms in medicine. In an investigative report for STAT News, correspondent Casey Ross spoke with employees in multiple health systems across the country that use clinical algorithms created by Epic, one of the nation’s largest electronic health record vendors.
Duke Researchers Develop Prediction Model to Identify Children With Complex Health Needs At Risk for Hospitalization
May 11, 2023
Coalition for Health AI Unveils Blueprint for Trustworthy AI in Healthcare
April 4, 2023