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Artificial Intelligence (AI) holds great promise in making healthcare more affordable, effective and accessible for all patients. However, as the development and deployment of AI solutions in healthcare data have grown, so have the number of concerns related to their performance, reliability and ethical implications. These inherent biases can manifest in various ways, such as disparities in diagnosis, treatment recommendations or access to healthcare resources, particularly for historically marginalized or underrepresented populations.
By ensuring diverse representation in your AI development process and continued monitoring, healthcare providers can reduce predictive model bias, generate cost savings, and improve patient outcomes.
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