HealthTech Industry Update | Are Healthcare Professionals Ready for AI ?

Kurt Neubauer

Kurt Neubauer

The modern healthcare environment will require ambidextrous experts in healthcare and AI.

As the artificial intelligence (AI) market grows to over $400 billion by 2027, the demand for professionals with expertise in machine learning is increasing as AI technology rapidly evolves. Within the healthcare sector, a deep knowledge of the clinical sciences and healthcare skills will no longer be enough.

Moving ahead, healthcare corporations and academia must empower ambidextrous healthcare professionals (HCPs) with expertise in both machine learning and health science to stay innovative and competitive.

What to do ?

Develop ambidextrous skills in ongoing study and research

Large healthcare companies are exploring ways to integrate AI within their businesses to drive greater efficiencies across different R&D and commercial processes and workflows. With a shift towards corporations placing outsized value on an ambidextrous skillset, HCP graduates are dedicating more focus on AI in their study and research.

Empower ambidextrous professionals to lead interdisciplinary healthcare teams

Interdisciplinary teams that empower ambidextrous AI and healthcare professionals as leaders and project owners will realize their full potential. Their leadership can help fill the gaps in knowledge and communication between team members and drive significant efficiencies.

For HCPs, their lack of technical expertise may lead to an overestimation of AI capabilities, causing a mismatch between expectations and technical realities. For machine learning experts, insufficient knowledge of healthcare can be a barrier to identifying the right problems to solve with AI, resulting in misdirected initiatives and misallocated resources.

Find and cultivate ambidextrous talent in corporate and academic environments

Identifying ambidextrous expertise in health medicine and AI is not easy. Healthcare professionals are specialized experts that take years to train. Few universities have programs that offer training in AI. This is a challenge that the life sciences industry and academia can solve together.

Ambidextrous professionals will drive AI innovation in healthcare

With the right ambidextrous people in the right roles, corporations can further innovation in AI and healthcare. Companies must place a higher emphasis on recruiting and developing ambidextrous experts. The ability to empower and retain such experts and leaders will not only alter the course of their business, but also increase their relevance as AI rapidly transforms our modern economy.

Here the full Article of the MedCity News: AI Disruption is Coming. Are Healthcare Professionals Ready?

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