AI learning to predict poor opioid outcomes

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Machine learning could help identify people at risk of adverse outcomes from being prescribed opioids, new research suggests Researchers at Canada’s University of Alberta have begun using a form of artificial intelligence to help estimate a patient’s risk of an emergency department visit, hospitalisation or death within 30 days of filling an opioid prescription. The

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