Adventist Health, based in Roseville, California, is partnering with artificial intelligence company Mednition to use a machine learning tool to guide nurses, improve staff retention and improve patient care. Hackensack Meridian Health, based in Edison, N.J., is partnering with Google to use AI in clinical areas such as newborn screening, mammography, prostate cancer screening, sepsis detection and COVID-19. The Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, and Google are collaborating to develop an artificial intelligence algorithm to improve brain stimulation and help treat patients with psychiatric disorders and immediate brain injury. The project aims to develop and support AI tools that improve public health, support physicians and reduce costs, with a focus on diversity, ethics and inclusion. The Qventus AI system is designed to reduce phone calls by coordinating patient discharges and coordinating hospital staff during discharge visits and transferring commands. Below are seven health systems that have launched AI initiatives in the past three months. By the end of 2021, Adventist Health will implement the tool, which provides real-time triage recommendations, at 20 of its hospitals. It is the first AI-focused faculty at a U.S. medical school that will conduct research and apply AI to care in hospitals and clinical settings. The platform will harness the computing power of cloud computing to facilitate the hosting and sharing of medical imaging data between research institutions around the world. The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City has a department dedicated to the development of artificial intelligence in health care. The algorithm is called Basic Profile Curve Identification and is designed to help researchers understand which areas of the brain interact with each other. The health system uses Google Cloud to protect its data while working together.