JAMA on whether AI can be included as a co-author on publications

from Healthcare Economist at https://bit.ly/3jijqD3 on January 31, 2023 at 09:44PM In short, the answer is ‘no’. The full rationale is here, but here is an excerpt from their policy: Nonhuman artificial intelligence, language models, machine learning, or similar technologies do not qualify for authorship.If these models or tools are used to create content or […]

Long COVID and The Care Delivery Challenge: The Role of Health Services Research

from AcademyHealth Blog at https://bit.ly/3wMuXh8 on January 31, 2023 at 07:42PM Long COVID and The Care Delivery Challenge: The Role of Health Services Research The COVID-19 pandemic has presented multiple challenges for patients, providers, healthcare systems, and policymakers, including how to adequately address the needs of people living with Long COVID as part of pandemic […]

Donating blood while gay

from Market Design at https://bit.ly/3HK353l on January 31, 2023 at 01:27PM  The Washington Post brings us up to date: FDA to ease blood donation ban on gay men, allow monogamous to give. By Laurie McGinley, Teddy Amenabar and  Fenit Nirappil  "Gay and bisexual men in monogamous relationships will no longer be forced to abstain from […]

MedEd in an AI Era

from The Health Care Blog at https://bit.ly/3Y9UMTT on January 31, 2023 at 10:03AM BY KIM BELLARD I’ve been thinking a lot about medical education lately, for two unrelated reasons.  The first is the kerfuffle between US News and World Report and some of the nation’s top – or, at least, best known – medical schools […]

L’incert impacte de la nova regulació de dispositius mèdics i diagnòstic in vitro

from Econsalut at https://bit.ly/3WMlnVV on January 30, 2023 at 02:17PM After the four-year transition period: Is the European Union’s Medical Device Regulation of 2017 likely to achieve its main goals? Una de les grans diferències regulatòries respecte l’efectivitat i seguretat entre els Estats Units i Europa es troba precisament en els dispositius mèdics. Molts metges i […]

Paul David (1935-2021)

from Market Design at https://bit.ly/3X1n7uN on January 29, 2023 at 11:43AM  My Stanford colleague Paul David has died. He was an exceptional, iconic economic historian. Gavin Wright has written this obit: Professor Paul David died at the age of 87 "Always an economic historian, Paul soon extended his horizons in diverse and seemingly disparate ways.  […]

Signaling in the markets for new doctors

from Market Design at https://bit.ly/3HEmdQn on January 28, 2023 at 01:08PM  Signaling of interest is catching on in medical labor markets for residents and fellows. Here’s some material from Thalamus (which describes itself as "Complete GME interview management solution for applicants & programs. Easy, secure, and automated interview scheduling to optimize in-person & virtual recruitment.") The […]