Acsel Health, an OPEN Health Company
Written on Monday 26th June 2023
To better understand MAPS members’ perspectives on this topic, we recently convened a panel discussion on the future of data, AI, and analytics in Medical Affairs. Our panelists were six MAPS members with varying areas of interest and levels of expertise in artificial intelligence.
We invited these experts to discuss their views on the current state of AI adoption in the Medical Affairs function, as well as perceived barriers to its uptake. While there’s great excitement about AI’s potential to advance Medical Affairs’ mission, improve insight management, and empower the function to become patient-representative (rather than patient-centric), individual organizations’ readiness to implement new tools varies greatly. The technology’s complexity – as well as the speed with which it’s evolving – makes it time-consuming for Medical Affairs professionals to keep up with the latest developments and their potential applications to their functional areas. Many MAPS members have a pressing need to learn more about the available AI tools, how to validate their output, and how to best make use of them today and in the future.
To learn more about the evolving role of AI-powered solutions in Medical Affairs, visit the MAPS content hub and download our report.