✨ where will a.i. take your clinic / hospital in 2024?

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Hi ,

As we start 2024, I’d like to welcome the 33 35 new clinics & hospitals that joined Dr. Arti a.i. since I last communicated with you. 🫂 

We are, slowly but surely, becoming the largest a.i. Medical business newsletter on a.i. - thank you for staying with us on this journey to the future.


2024 - Top 2 Predictions & Trends For AI in Clinics & Hospitals

2024 promises to be another exciting year of generative AI innovations and adoption, but it won’t be without its challenges.

In 2023, people were really excited about AI. But in 2024, McKinsey predicts that across all sectors, generative AI will have the biggest impact in healthcare - so take action now. They see that using AI solutions and software will help solve patient and business problems better in one of the slowest-moving industries on earth. This is because the platforms for AI in healthcare have improved a lot in the past year, and it is hoped that this will make clinics and hospitals more willing to use AI.

1. Clinics & hospitals will move towards creating and using their own specialised self-managed AI

In early 2024, clinics and hospitals will still focus on using GPT-4, a ready-made AI solution. However, they will also consider using specialised AI solutions like Dr.Arti for private healthcare businesses as these systems improve.

in 2024, more clinics & hospitals will hire Chief AI Officers to help with innovation and integrate AI into patient care. A notable trend will be using smaller, specialised open-source models not connected to the internet.

These models will be deployed in clinics and hospitals using Medium and Small Language Models (MLMs and SLMs). It will become more accessible to fine-tune these models, and clinics and hospitals will learn how to effectively structure, collect, and prepare training data for their own AI systems.

2. Patients will increasingly use AI to search for healthcare options

As AI becomes more common in laptops and phones across 2024 free of charge for all users, people will rely less on Google searches. Instead, they will ask AI for recommendations and even have AI book appointments for them. Clinics and hospitals should make sure their information is easily accessible to AI and train their staff to accommodate AI booking and prioritisation of patients.

The Road Ahead

Staying informed and adaptable will be vital to keeping up with the rapid innovation in generative AI.

We would love to hear from you on your AI predictions for 2024. If you would like to share your thoughts on the evolving role of AI in the private healthcare sector, reply to this email and we'll feature your thoughts in the next edition.

Source: google research

 🎓 New AI from Google Outperforming Doctors (again):

Google Research announced last week that they’ve developed a new AI model for diagnostic medical reasoning and conversations that improves diagnostic accuracy when paired with a clinician.

More surprisingly, their research found that the highest level of diagnostic accuracy was achieved when the clinician was removed from the equation.

The findings could significantly impact how patients are diagnosed in the future. The researchers clarify that the study’s purpose is only to demonstrate what’s possible with AI systems and healthcare and that further research is required before such a system can be implemented safely and effectively.

The AIME conversational model is similar to what we are creating with Dr. Arti today. If you are interested in investing, supporting, or working with us on this project please do get in touch.

Source: Figure

What’s coming after Chat GPT in 2024?

Q. What’s bigger than ChatGPT-type prompts in clinics & hospitals?
A. Robots powered by chat-gpt-like commands in clinics & hospitals.

Brett Adcock shared a video yesterday of his prototype humanoid robot making a coffee and correcting its mistakes after Tesla showed their humanoid robot that came with hands so delicate it could handle an egg without breaking it and fold laundry. You can check out that video here.

Adcock expects that robots like these will be employed in the workplace in the next 1-5 years, and in the next 5-10 years, almost everyone will have their humanoid robot - just like everyone has their phone today.

This will be a massive step in the patient and medical journey of most clinics & hospitals as humanoid robots become more commonplace in the patient journey, diagnostics, treatment and care of patients.

We are currently building Dr. Arti to work with many of these robotic solutions in the future. If you are interested in investing, supporting, or working with us on this project please contact us.

Instantly Get Up to Date AI News Of The Week For Clinics:

  • - Novartis partners with Google to develop discovery of AI medicine

    Isomorphic Labs, the London-based, drug discovery–focused spinout of Google AI R&D division DeepMind, today announced that it’s entered into strategic partnerships with two pharmaceutical giants, Eli Lilly and Novartis, to apply AI to discover new medications to treat diseases.

    The deals have a combined value of around $3 billion.

  • Nabla, a Paris-based medical copilot startup, raised $24 million for its AI assistant that helps doctors by automatically writing clinical notes.

  • AI that predicts cognitive decline is approved

    BrainSee assigns a score forecasting the advancement of memory loss within five years.

  • Tattoos done by robots remotely is a very short step away from dermatology treatments being done by robots - don’t you think?

Clinics Hiring AI:

(if you’re hiring for an AI position in your healthcare facility - let us know, and we’ll feature the position free of charge for 1 week)

AI Quick Tool Of The Day:

 Cyber Security Specialist

copy & paste into your chosen LLM ⬇️

“I want you to act as a cyber security specialist for «clinic or hospital name». I will provide some specific information about how our data is stored and shared, and it will be your job to develop strategies for protecting this data from malicious actors. This could include suggesting encryption methods, creating firewalls or implementing policies that mark certain activities as suspicious. My first request is, "I need help developing an effective cybersecurity strategy for my «clinic or hospital name»"


Here are the options I have for us to work together. If any of them are interesting to you - hit me up!

🌏 Hiring global talent? Let us know if you have a position available, and we’ll feature it here.
🧰 Want to outperform the competition? Ask us to help implement Dr. Arti into your clinic or hospital.
👀 Invest in Dr. Arti? Be part of the biggest revolution in patient communication with clinics & hospitals and how clinics & hospitals lead their admin teams.
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And that’s it from me. See you next week. Adios! 🫡

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