Using ChatGPT to help with paperwork could breach patient privacy: MDO

But a Medical Board of Australia spokesperson said using technology for routine paperwork 'made perfect sense'.
Georgie Haysom
Georgie Haysom.

Avant has warned doctors that typing patients’ names or medical details into ChatGPT has the potential to constitute a breach of confidentiality or privacy.

ChatGPT, a free online AI program, has attracted global attention for its ability to quickly produce convincing responses to questions, including medical fellowship exams such as the RACGP’s Applied Knowledge Test (AKT).