Machine learning, AI disrupting medical education and adaptive learning models
October 23, 2018 / Jessica Davis
As the industry continues to shift into value-based care, many organizations are leveraging new technology to support care delivery. But new technology requires a change in how care is provided, which should begin in medical school and continue throughout a clinician’s career. “Outcomes and staff retention are driven, in part, by providing access to lifelong learning to advance skills and knowledge,” said Cathy Wolfe, Wolters Kluwer health learning, research, and practice CEO and president. “Advanced technologies like machine learning, artificial intelligence, and virtual simulation are transforming adaptive learning models in ways that optimize learning and improve knowledge retention,” she added.