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The leading group for automation and artificial intelligence in healthcare


A peer-reviewed journal for re-imagining healthcare, from delivery and education to technology and more.

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Faced with spiraling costs, increased demands and decreasing resources, healthcare desperately needs innovation. But innovation alone does not equal adoption or use. The Partnership for Automation and Innovation in Healthcare (PATH) is an alliance of stakeholders working together to improve care and build efficiencies through the use of AI, automation and robotics. These technologies have already transformed banking, aviation, and entertainment allowing each to grow, provide higher-quality products, lower costs and provide consumers greater choice.

PATH and its members are working to gain the support of decision makers -- healthcare providers, regulators, payers, and consumers. PATH is moving the field beyond research and pilot projects and lay out a pathway for the integration and use of these advanced technologies in the worldwide ecosystem of medicine. LEARN MORE

A special welcome to PATH’s latest Platinum members: Syneos Health, ViTelNet, InTouch Health,Thomas Jefferson University and GE Ventures.


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