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Artificial Intelligence (AI), Disability, and Telemedicine/Telehealth: Building an Academic Program

Artificial Intelligence (AI), Disability, and Telemedicine/Telehealth: Building an Academic Program
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Author(s): Sharon L. Burton (Grand Canyon University, USA)
Copyright: 2021
Pages: 31
Source title: Implementation Strategies for Improving Diversity in Organizations
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Claretha Hughes (University of Arkansas, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-4745-8.ch007

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Abstract

Research reveals the significance of artificial intelligence's applicability for disability through telemedicine/telehealth education for advancing health care in rural, remote, and underserved locations. Improperly researched requirements, failure to include artificial intelligence (AI), and skewed monetary knowledge are derailing components for academic programs in the United States. Artificial intelligence is a key component to pinpoint inadequacies and drive them out of telemedicine/telehealth educational clinical processes and, as an outcome, help diminish costs and enhance outcomes for learners and administrators. This chapter revealed information for developing best practices, which will lead to the development of a series of academic courses for a community-based telehealth program at a medium-sized telehealth organization based out of Virginia. This research offers to practitioners, learners, and academicians academic program development suggestions for meeting a process improvement initiative.

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