The impact of artificial intelligence on clinical judgment
Clinical judgment is a fundamental part of our day-to-day practice as physicians. It’s also a major point of focus in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education. There is a growing need to explore how AI might interact with physicians’ clinical judgment—how such technologies could support or alter clinical reasoning processes, reshape the doctor-patient relationship, and change experiential learning for future generations of physicians.
In this AMS-sponsored report, physicians and medical educators can learn about the current and potential links between AI and clinical judgment. It provides a clear explanation of how AI will likely support, but not replace, the judgment of physicians. It also explores the implications for medical education and training physicians in clinical environments.