Embracing Generative AI in health: focus on adoption, execution, outcomes and the human side

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Healthcare systems around the World are under extreme pressure as a result of staffing shortages, low retention rates and clinician burnout. In the U.S., due to higher turnover rate of nurses, hospitals have employed traveling nurses. On average, hospitals would save $3,084,000 per year by eliminating the need for traveling nurses, according to NSI. In England, meanwhile, staff shortages in the NHS are forecast to rise to 570,000 by 2036 on current trends. Given these pressures, it is understandable that healthcare professionals are now turning to generative AI for help. Adoption of AI in heal…

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