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Journal of Medical Systems

, Volume 9, Issue 1–2, pp 79–89 | Cite as

Challenges facing the distribution of an artificial-intelligence-based system for nursing

  • Steven Evans
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Abstract

The marketing and successful distribution of artificial-intelligence-based decision-support systems for nursing face special barriers and challenges. Issues that must be confronted arise particularly from the present culture of the nursing profession as well as the typical organizational structures in which nurses predominantly work. Generalizations in the literature based on the limited experience of physician-oriented artificial intelligence applications (predominantly in diagnosis and pharmacologic treatment) must be modified for applicability to other health professions.

Keywords

Marketing Artificial Intelligence Health Profession Pharmacologic Treatment Organizational Structure 
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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1985

Authors and Affiliations

  • Steven Evans
    • 1
  1. 1.From Instructional Science Research for the Health SciencesCreighton UniversityOmaha

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