Changing Medicine

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AI Accelerates Quest for Drug Repurposing

Pilot study tests ability of generative AI to prioritize drugs for potential repurposing in Alzheimer’s disease.

Validation Strategies Help Fill EHR Data Gaps

VUMC team pioneers more efficient methods for validating EHR data in biomedical research.

Stepping from Bench to Business Venture

Evaluating commercial viability of inventions can start early in the research process.

Medical expertise infused with integrated technology allows Vanderbilt Health specialists to build partnerships and elevate care in complex and specialized cases.

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Academy Developing Code for Ethical AI

Peter J. Embí, M.D., addresses the ethical considerations involved in the use of artificial intelligence in a clinical or research setting.

3D Scans Provide Surgical Details in Real Time

Researchers develop a process to map and analyze surgical specimens to aid surgeon-pathologist communication.

Lessons Impart Historical Perspective to Physician Trainees

Besides leadership and health-system knowledge, doctors-in-training should understand a community’s past to gain insight into patient needs.

Asynchronous eVisits Address Routine Patient Concerns

New program establishes eVisit protocol using asynchronous messaging that may address the concern or lead to a more in-depth telehealth or in-person appointment.

How Social Factors Contribute to Telehealth Success

Study sheds light on the influence of social determinants of health on effective telehealth sessions.

Three-quarters of Physicians Brush Off Automated Advice

Physicians mostly ignored the evidence-based suggestions for their pediatric patients.