The future of the ED: How AI can transform care and reduce diagnostic errors


Patient safety and physician burnout remain top concerns in the emergency department. Diagnostic errors are made in EDs every day, with the failure to diagnose accounting for 60 percent of medical errors and malpractice claims. Real‑time guidance for emergency medicine is not only critical for reducing adverse safety events for those most at risk, but also for achieving quality outcomes and decreasing physicians’ burden. That’s where artificial intelligence comes into play.

June 21, 2022 | 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM CT

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