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How AI-based technology can help improve hospital capacity management

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How AI-based technology can help improve hospital capacity management

"Health system leaders can master this 'chess game' by anticipating the next several moves well in advance with the assistance of AI-based predictive analytic tools. This adoption will lead to…
October 22, 2022

How AI-based technology can help improve hospital capacity management

“Health system leaders can master this ‘chess game’ by anticipating the next several moves well in advance with the assistance of AI-based predictive analytic tools. This adoption will lead to dramatically better outcomes than a purely reactive response with no appreciation for how unit capacities are likely to unfold. In managing the next phase of the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond, it will become evermore critical for health systems to invest in transparent, data-driven solutions that will optimize capacity management issues.”

Pallabi Sanyal-Dey is an internal medicine physician.

She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, “How AI-based technology can help improve hospital capacity management.”

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A Diverse Skill Set Peter McCanna is chief executive officer (CEO) at Baylor Scott & White Health, the largest not- for-profit health system in Texas. Through 51 hospitals and more than 1,200 access points, including flagship academic medical centers in Dallas, Fort Worth and Temple, the system offers the full continuum of care, from primary to award-winning specialty care, as well as an array of virtual and in-home services.