Pearl, M.D. | Amazon vs. Apple: Only one will rewrite the rules of healthcare

By Robert Pearl, M.D. | Forbes Healthcare Contributor | Stanford Faculty | Bestselling Author | Podcast Host | Former Permanente Medical Group CEO

Big Tech has had a surprisingly small impact on U.S. healthcare, so far.

Artificial intelligence, for example, outperforms physicians in many complex tasks (like reading mammograms and analyzing chest X-rays), yet AI remains woefully underused. Meanwhile, many have tried to spur operational efficiency using big-data analytics, but care delivery remains as inconsistent and ineffective as ever. Perhaps the most telling example of Big Tech’s struggles in medicine: 9 in 10 healthcare organizations still rely on fax machines to exchange important patient information.



Next Post

FDA Proposes Updated Definition of ‘Healthy’ Claim on Food Packages to Help Improve Diet, Reduce Chronic Disease | FDA News Release

Sun Oct 30 , 2022
For Immediate Release: September […]

Online Courses & Instruction For Doctors

Learn More About Workshops and More. Learn More About Concierge Medicine Today's Industry Approach to Physician Leadership & Excellence | Photo Credit/Image Source: Concierge Medicine Today, LLC.; Note: "FOR Doctors", "Concierge Medicine Forum" and "The DocPreneur Leadership Podcast" are each branded imprints created/owned by Concierge Medicine Today, LLC., | #FORDoctors #conciergemedicine #physicianleadership #podcast #patientburnout #physicianburnout