by Paul Govern
A recent study finds promise in the artificial intelligence program ChatGPT for speeding review and improvement of computer system alerts used to support day-to-day clinical decisionmaking.
In a blinded test at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, a panel of four physicians and one pharmacist reviewed suggestions from ChatGPT 3.5 mixed with suggestions from teams of clinical specialists, the test involving seven alerts from among the myriad logic-based alerts in use at VUMC.
The judges, rating suggestions on a scale of one to five, gave an average rating of…
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