Hernandez-Boussard Named to National Advisory Council
BMIR’s Tina Hernandez-Boussard has been named to the National Advisory Council for Healthcare Research and Quality, providing her with an exciting opportunity, together with other advisory council members, to identify evidence gaps and set research priorities to make health care safer and improve care delivery.
Li, Chen, Downing et al 2018 HAI Seed Grant Winners
Stanford Clinical Informatics Fellow Ron Li supported by BMIR’s Jonathan Chen and Lance Downing and colleagues, are winners of a 2018 Stanford Human-Centered AI Seed Grant for their proposal, “Mining the downstream effects of artificial intelligence on how clinicians make decisions.” Together with Jason Wang, Lisa Shieh and Christopher Sharp, they are using data mining techniques to understand the downstream effects of AI powered clinical decision support on how clinicians make decisions.
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