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An action plan shared by the FDA earlier this year showed how the regulator is thinking about future regulations for AI and machine learning in healthcare. But the agency still has several big questions to address as it prepares to roll out new guidance.
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Santa Barbara resident Ashleigh Shue, daughter of Joseph Richard Sizoo II, with a family photograph taken
An investigation of Santa Barbara County COVID-19 outbreaks reveals the virus’ toll in long-term care homes.
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Attendees at an online panel discussion on Asian American gender-based violence in May.
A reporter finds people are hungry for spaces to talk about the mental health challenges confronting their communities.
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MedCity Pivot Podcast
It's important for clinicians to consider AI recommendations with a critical eye, the same as they would for any other test, said Dr. Erich Huang, Director of Duke Forge.
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After decades of inter-agency fighting and broken promises, leaders say it's time to look forward with renewed hope.
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California was about to embark on an assessment of every at-risk drinking water system in the state. Then, the pandemic hit.
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Wired is looking for a senior health writer; Buzzfeed News is seeking a deputy inequality editor.
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In late January, thousands of vaccine appointments were cancelled at an OptumServe clinic in the Rohnert Park Community Center
California authorized paying OptumServe up to $221 million. But the company has helped with only 1% of the state’s vaccinations since January.
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Marta Salinas Cruz, her husband Melvin Zuniga and their two children, Joshua Emanuel and Deborah Arleth, pose for a portrait.
Rent stress drove SF’s immigrant Latinx community to work during the pandemic.
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6/9 Webinar: The vaccine tipping point; Latinos face barriers to vaccine; confusion from new CDC guidelines; virtual learning disastrous for special needs students
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George Floyd mural in Minneapolis.
Criminal justice scholars Frank Edwards and Andrea Headley join ProPublica's Topher Sanders for a look at the latest efforts to advance police accountability, and how reporters can stay ahead of the story.
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