HealthIT Answers March 10, 2021
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William Hersh, MD, Professor and Chair, OHSU

I have written over the years about the need for all who work in biomedical and health informatics to have appropriate knowledge and skills in data science, machine learning (ML), artificial intelligence (AI), and related topics. I am now excited to announce that our OHSU Biomedical Informatics Graduate Program is launching a new course in Applied Clinical Data Science and Machine Learning for Health & Clinical Informatics (HCIN) majors.

The goal of this new course is not to provide students with the mastery of ML and AI tools and techniques; rather, it is to provide a conceptual understanding of their practical application in health and biomedicine. The course is not meant to be a substitute...

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