The first manual on hospital administration, published in 1808, described a hospital steward as “an individual who [is] honest and above reproach,” with duties including the purchasing and management of hospital materials. Today, a steward’s job can be seen as ensuring the safe and effective use of clinical resources. The Joint Commission, for instance, requires antimicrobial stewardship programs to support appropriate antimicrobial use, including by monitoring antibiotic prescribing and resistance patterns.
Here we present the mI-CLAIm checklist, a tool intended to improve transparent reporting of AI algorithms in medicine.
Abstract: We present BusTr, a machine-learned model for translating road tra c forecasts into predictions of bus delays, used by Google Maps to serve the majority of the world’s public transit systems where no o cial real-time bus tracking is provided. We demonstrate that our neural sequence model improves over DeepTTE, the state-of-the-art baseline, both in performance (−30% MAPE) and training stability. We also demonstrate signi cant generalization gains over simpler models, evaluated on longitudinal data to cope with a constantly evolving world.
SARS-CoV-2 Community Transmission disproportionately affects Latinx population during Shelter-in-Place in San Francisco
Background: There is urgent need to understand the dynamics and risk factors driving ongoing SARS-CoV-2 transmission during shelter-in-place mandates.