AI is growing faster in healthcare than any other sector, with projections of 85% annual growth to reach $22 billion by 2027, according to Boston Consulting Group (BCG). As a disruptive force that accelerates innovation and drives efficiency, AI will create new jobs and eliminate others. In time, technology, including AI, will lead to a net gain of jobs, according to the World Economic Forum.
But is the industry ready for a new world of work? How will it skill its workforce for AI and tackle talent shortages at the same time? And what processes will accelerate skilling for a workforce with diverse technology capabilities?
Embracing the full power of AI is essential. But research shows a glaring gap in workers’ desire for AI training and how much they actually receive at work, according to Randstad’s 2023 Workmonitor survey. Companies need to create a powerful digital core to calculate AI into their talent strategies to prepare their workforce and provide support through the transition.
Read more about preparing your workforce for AI in MPO, then get your copy of Randstad’s 2023 Workmonitor survey.
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