Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers tweeted recently that AI is "going to replace what doctors do — hearing symptoms and making diagnoses — before it changes what nurses do — helping patients get up and handle themselves in the hospital. Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers tweeted recently that AI is "going to replace what doctors do — hearing symptoms and making diagnoses — before it changes what nurses do — helping patients get up and handle themselves in the hospital." (vegefox.com/Adobe Stock)

Artificial intelligence now seems poised to alter business and society, and that includes health care. But what are the potential risks and liabilities of allowing AI to manage patient outcomes?

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