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Putting AI and cloud computing to work automating hardware maintenance

July 06, 2018 / Mike Miliard

Add hardware maintenance to the list of IT tasks that artificial intelligence can improve upon for hospitals and other organizations. The technologies are planting early roots in a number of areas within the healthcare industry, from radiology and pathology to medical device security to specific treatment regimens, much the way Mount Sinai, for instance, is using AI and analytics to treat patients with kidney disease in a partnership with RenalytixAI or Tampa General’s partnership with GE Healthcare to build an AI command center focused on quality and experience improvements. The University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System, meanwhile, recently deployed cloud-based AI services to more effectively maintain its hardware. Andrew Mosio, assistant director of technology at UI Health said the new subscription, ParkView from Park Place Technologies, is "going to change how things are done here."Mosio said the cloud-based approach offers a remote service that ca...