As AI services like ChatGPT develop, potential benefits and problems are also being identified. At least $11 billion in AI technology is currently being deployed or developed for use in healthcare, and some estimates predict that could grow to more than $188 billion in the next eight years. As AI technology rises, what can we expect from the intersection of ChatGPT, healthcare, and HIPAA compliance?
ChatGPT, Healthcare, and HIPAA Compliance: The Current State
The first thing that must be recognized is that in its current state, there is no way to use ChatGPT with any patient’s protected health information (PHI) in a manner that would be considered HIPAA compliant.
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