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Micky Tripathi is equal parts excited — and deeply concerned — about the technological change sweeping through medicine.

As adoption of generative AI races ahead,  his job as National Coordinator for Health Information Technology under President Joe Biden is to manage this change, and keep it safe and organized. But how do you organize a pell-mell rush? How do you keep chaos safe?


“It’s definitely changed my life,” Tripathi said of his official remit, which also led to his appointment as co-chair of a task force on AI within the Department of Health and Human Services.  “We believe it’s really, really important that we be out ahead of this.”

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