The ProspectiveDoctor Podcast

The Future of Medicine: ChatGPT & AI

Dr. Erkeda DeRouen talks to Dr. Harvey Castro, an emergency medicine physician, healthcare consultant and the author of “ChatGPT Healthcare”. He’s here today to talk about the applications of AI technology like ChatGPT to medicine.

[00:43] Dr. Castro’s Medical Journey and Background

[01:15] AI in Healthcare

[05:10] Writing ChatGPT Healthcare

[06:33] Using AI for Innovation and Learning in Medicine

[12:35] Dr. Castro’s Advice for a Successful Medical Career

AI & ChatGPT Healthcare

AI tools like ChatGPT are gaining popularity nowadays—is there any way can we use it for medicine? Although not yet FDA approved, it can have potential applications for diagnosis and learning. Medical professionals should familiarize themselves with AI tools so they can benefit from the tech and properly advise patients.

Using Tech and AI for Student Learning

ChatGPT can also be used for studying. Students can ask AI to help create flashcards, mnemonics, and to explain complex topics more simply. It can also summarize long journal articles.

To keep up with tech, join online communities that are interested in innovation. You may also create a Google alert that will notify you of new developments. If you don’t have one yet, create a LinkedIn account so you can connect with other professionals who can provide you learning opportunities in healthcare.

 Reach out to Dr. Harvey Castro through Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, or LinkedIn. Order a copy of his book “ChatGPT and Healthcare” on Amazon.

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Erkeda DeRouen

Dr. Erkeda DeRouen is a graduate of Hampton University with a B.S. in Biological Sciences, followed by completing medical school at the Boston University School of Medicine. She then completed residency at The University of Maryland Family and Community Medicine Program. After that, she worked at an underserved community health center, and currently is an Associate Medical Director of a telemedicine company. She recently became one of the first 1,000 lifestyle medicine certified physicians in the world! Her areas of interest include: health equity and eliminating health disparities, service of underserved populations, HIV management, transgender care, mentorship, and lifestyle medicine.

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