Self-driving care

U.S. #healthcare might learn a thing or two from the modus operandi of Google’s fleet of autonomous vehicles — the information and skills that self-driving vehicle systems must share represent compelling models and lessons that might be adapted to #healthcare. [Read More]

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It was my first brush with one of Google’s self-driving cars.
Since 2009, Google’s self-driving cars have clocked more than two million miles, largely on city streets, and accumulated the equivalent of 300 years of human driving experience.
The care delivery model could be made to be self-driving.
As Google’s head of self-driving technology famously explained, they aren’t building a car, they are building a driver.
We’ve progressed the procedural side of medicine in ways that make self-driving cars seem like child’s play.

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What lessons can the self-driving car bring to #healthcare: distributed knowledge and sharing in real time. #Trend

Source: Techcrunch