WHITE PAPER ON AI IN CLINICAL PRACTICE
Although the use of artificial intelligence in health has not yet been regulated in Poland or the EU, medical facilities are already reaching for AI-based solutions. As a result, they face many challenges and uncertainties. The "White Paper on AI in Clinical Practice" is the answer to them. The result of the self-regulation was announced on June 14 at the "AI in Health" international conference.
The "White Paper on AI in Clinical Practice" aims to identify the most important questions and concerns that arise in the daily practice of AI application. From the document you can learn: what artificial intelligence in health is, what opportunities it creates, whether its application in health care is legally permissible, how artificial intelligence can support the medical professional and the patient, and what public policy is on the development of artificial intelligence in health care. The authors of the document also devoted considerable attention to patient rights.
The "White Paper on AI in Clinical Practice" therefore indicates proposed directions of response and possible solutions, which, in the opinion of the authors of the self-regulation, can contribute to increasing the safety and quality of the use of AI, and ultimately to building confidence in this technology. It has as practical a dimension as possible, so that it can translate into implementable courses of action.