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"We need to redefine what is a doctor," says Dr. Steven Charlap, CEO of GeneYes, a digital health startup aimed at giving physicians greater insights by improving data management capabilities.
AiME (Artificial Intelligence Mental Evaluation) asks evocative questions and analyzes facial expressions and voice inflection to assess the risk of depression, anxiety and addiction, says Textpert CEO and Founder Ray Christian.
Andrew Rebhan, consultant at The Advisory Board, discusses new advances in artificial intelligence and other emerging tech for which hospitals should prepare: biopsychosocial IT, internet of things, 3D printing, augmented reality and more.
Dr. Michael Sanders, chief medical information officer at Flagler Hospital in St. Augustine, Florida, describes how clinicians there are using unsupervised learning algorithms to reduce costs and prevent medical errors.
Joseph Dorocak, manager of population health analytics at Cleveland Clinic, describes some of the staffing and process strategies the health system uses as it puts AI to work for two intertwined aims: better patient outcomes and financial return.
Hospitals have seconds to respond using defensive AI to recognize algorithm transformations taking place is suspected malware, says Richard Staynings, chief security strategist at Cylera.
GE Healthcare Enterprise Imaging Solutions' Omar Sunna explains how partnerships with cloud technology vendors, academics and international institutes have helped the company's AI platform tackle siloed healthcare data.
Artificial intelligence is the next priority in Turkey's drive to improve patient care, support clinical staff and pursue digital maturity, says Dr. Şuayip Birinci, the country's deputy minister of health.
(Sponsored) Siemens Healthineers aims to make the lives of physicians easier by increasing their confidence in treating their patients and ultimately improve patient outcomes, says Peter Körte, the company's EVP of digital health.
physIQ's Karen Larimer discusses her company's work to extract raw sensor readings from sensors and highlight the takeaways for clinicians.