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The health care ecosystem is witnessing a surge of artificial intelligence-driven technologies and products that can potentially augment care delivery outside of hospital and clinic settings. These tools can be used to conduct remote monitoring, support telehealth visits, or target high-risk populations for more intensive health care interventions.

However, the promise of these tools also requires a careful and continual analysis of the ethical, legal, privacy, and equity-related issues that accompany their wide deployment. A new discussion paper from NAM Perspectives outlines case studies where these tools are already being successful, outlines potential hurdles to uptake, and provides priority actions to ensure that these tools are utilized to provide more effective and efficient health care for all.

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