US Physicians Embracing Generative AI for Patient Care, But Transparency is Key

US Physicians Embracing Generative AI for Patient Care, But Transparency is Key

Wolters Kluwer Health study reveals 40% of physicians are now prepared to use GenAI tools when interacting with patients at the point of care

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A recent survey by Wolters Kluwer Health indicates a significant change in US physicians' attitudes towards generative AI (GenAI). Approximately 40% of doctors are now open to using GenAI tools during patient interactions, showing a rapid increase in acceptance compared to the previous year. The survey highlights potential benefits of GenAI, such as enhancing collaboration between care teams and patients, and saving physicians time by streamlining tasks like summarizing patient data and literature searches. However, there appears to be a gap in perception between doctors and patients regarding GenAI, with physicians more confident in its results than patients and patients expressing concerns about its involvement in diagnosis. The survey also emphasizes the importance of clear guidelines and responsible development of GenAI, with many physicians citing the need for medical professionals' involvement in content creation and training, as well as transparency from vendors regarding data sources and reputation in the healthcare sector.

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