Artificial Intelligence's Promise for Radiology: Reducing Risks

Bradley N. Delman, MD, MS, is associate professor of radiology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai; vice chairman for quality, performance, and clinical research in the Department of Diagnostic, Molecular, and Interventional Radiology; and the site director of Radiology at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. The following is an interview in which he discusses the findings in a recent study of malpractice claims against radiologists, how artificial intelligence (AI) may help reduce the risk of patient injury, and—despite the benefits—the concerns he has with AI.

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