The past 12 weeks have seen a rapid increase in discussions around how patients are adapting to technology driven healthcare. The up-scaling and accelerated adoption of new technologies has been a challenge for global clinicians, but how do patients feel? And of course HOW can we predict and prevent future viruses and pandemics?
The issue of ethics around AI and patient data isn’t new, but COVID-19 has even more voices asking the same questions – is this technology ethical? Am I using the right levels of consent? What is the impact and potential harm of capturing, processing and storing this information?
On Monday 25th May from 11am – 12pm BST Intelligent Health Inspired will be hosting an exclusive and candid interview with key experts in the field, on COVID-19: Current landscape, use of technology, obstacles and the future.
“How very little can be done under the spirit of fear” – Florence Nightingale
London, 9th September 2019
The World Health Organisation, Google, Microsoft, The United Nations, The FDA, CERN, The Novartis Foundation and the global AI and healthcare community will gather in Basel Switzerland this week.
The global Artificial Intelligence and healthcare community from over 68 countries worldwide will gather in Basel, the pharma hub of Switzerland next week to attend the Intelligent Health Summit (September 11th-12th), discuss how AI can be used to prevent and solve some of the world's greatest healthcare problems and improve the health of the human race.
Mumbai/London/Basel, August 12th, 2019
AI based Rapid on-site cytology solution for EBUS Bronchoscopy
AIRA MATRIX, HOLMUSK and CURO-HEALTH are pleased to announce partnership to develop an Artificial Intelligence based image analysis solution for Rapid On Site Evaluation (“ROSE”) of EBUS-TBNA samples in collaboration with Dr. Suman Paul, Specialist Registrar in Respiratory Medicine, Warrington and Halton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. First results will be presented at the Intelligent Health 2019 conference in Basel, Switzerland on September 11 and 12, 2019. This solution is meant to develop a device to provide rapid on-site cytology for bronchoscopy specimens to aid the tissue diagnosis of lung cancer.
It’s no secret that the opportunity in unearthing hidden insights in healthcare data is huge.
“The biosciences are swimming in data. The total amount of knowledge in healthcare doubles every 73 days, and it turns out that scientists can now create more information in a couple of weeks, than they could create in a lifetime only three years ago.”
Those are the words of Toby Cosgrove – former CEO of (the) Cleveland Clinic who, last year, joined Google as Executive Advisor to the Google Cloud Healthcare and Life Sciences team. His mission is to bring together healthcare practitioners and engineers to collaborate and realise the potential that healthcare data presents.
There is much excitement in the world of AI and healthcare. From the promise of mass analysis and management of patient health records, to advanced predictive diagnosis methods, it’s easy to be optimistic about the future of healthcare when you consider the potential power of well-distributed, ethically robust and technically advanced AI systems. And with the AI market looking to grow at an annual rate of 40% through to 2021, reaching $6.6 billion that year as opposed to only $600 million in 2014, the business opportunity in field is attracting a new wave of entrepreneurs, clinicians and scientists adopting AI systems into the heart of their healthcare innovations.
CREATING A FUTURE WHERE AI WILL TRANSFORM HEALTH
THE WORLD'S LARGEST SUMMIT DEDICATED TO AI IN MEDICINE PARTNERS WITH THE NOVARTIS FOUNDATION AND NHSX TO REVOLUTIONISE AI IN MEDICINE IN LINE WITH THE UNITED NATIONS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS
Brought to you by InspiredMinds, the team behind World Summit AI (where the global AI agenda is set annually), Intelligent Health 2019 will host over 2,000 attendees, bring together 100 of the brightest brains in healthcare and tech to take centre stage, and aims to create a future where AI revolutionises healthcare.
You can have a sneak peek at the first 60 ground-breaking speakers confirmed so far, find out more about this inspiring event on our website and watch the 2018 aftermovie to get a taste of what's coming.
Where can big tech companies make the biggest impact on healthcare?
That’s what Dr. Toby Cosgrove, Executive Advisor to Google Cloud and Former President & CEO of the Cleveland Clinic will be answering at Intelligent Health 2019 in Switzerland this September.
Cosgrove, who currently serves as an Executive Adviser to the Cleveland Clinic, is helping Google Cloud to achieve what is known in healthcare circles as the ‘quadruple aim’, an effort to improve patient experience, boost population health and reduce the cost of healthcare while also creating a better work experience for clinicians and staff.