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Kathy Ford, chief product and strategy officer at Project Ronin, talks about the progress healthcare has made with AI, whether the industry is still risk averse, and AI in action today at Project Ronin.
The Colorado health system manages patient flow by predicting bed capacity, rooms and clinical teams needed, says Jamie Nordhagen, UCHealth's director of capacity management and patient representatives.
Mark Martin, vice president of product management for Availity, talks about how Availity uses machine learning and AI to help providers and payers streamline approvals, referrals and claims management.
Alexander Meyer, CMIO at the German Heart Center Berlin (DHZB), talks about the running project of building a digital hospital, AI and the overall status of interoperability in German healthcare.
Christine Swisher, vice president of data science at oncology AI company Ronin, talks “garbage in, garbage out,” provider-facing dashboards, “AI drift,” and continuous monitoring of model performance.
UW Health Physician Informatics Director for Predictive Analytics Dr. Brian Patterson says it's vital to consider a range of factors when developing and implementing AI models.
SVP and GM of Edison AI and Platform Vignesh Shetty says GE Healthcare can use human judgment and artificial intelligence to uncover what he calls "unknown unknowns."
Dr. Stephen Lin of Stanford University Medicine says the primary care space is ripe for investment and innovation.
Chris Young, head of product at Force Therapeutics, discusses artificial intelligence's role in improving the efficacy of care, and offers tips on digital care management platform usability.
GSR Ventures’ Sunny Kumar and Justin Norden on how AI is changing the game in healthcare