Ahead of discussing a Challenge on 'How can we bring data and AI driven approaches to Primary Care?' at Intelligent Health UK 2022 (6-7 April, ExCeL London), we asked Omar-Learbuch-Butt, Faculty - Market Access Specialist, National Association of Primary Care (NAPC) -his thoughts on the future of AI in healthcare.
Ahead of his workshop session 'Working together with enterprises and clinicians to build tools and work flows that are compliant and scalable' at Intelligent Health UK 2022 (6-7 April, ExCeL London), we asked Kyle Giddens, CEO & Co-Founder, medcase health his thoughts on the future of AI in healthcare.
Ahead of his workshop 'AI – Does your Trust need it? Here’s how to get it right the first time' at Intelligent Health UK 2022 (6-7 April, ExCeL London), we asked Dr. Hugh Harvey, Managing Director, Hardian Health his thoughts on the future of AI in healthcare.
At Intelligent Health UK on the 6th and 7th April 2022 in London, we will change the digital path of AI application in healthcare all together. Across the two days, we’ll bring together hundreds of delegates who have never met before, to tackle real-life, digital health challenges.
Each session will focus on a specific challenge which has been identified as a barrier to adopting AI within healthcare, where a use case, project or initiative will be presented, and you, as the Challenge group will share resource, experience and expertise to look towards finding possible solutions.
If you have the tech or clinical expertise to work together in multi-disciplinary groups to solve the grand challenges below, join us for practical outcomes.
We spoke to Dr. João Pedro Colaço, Intensive Care and Internal Medicine Consultant at Hospital da Luz, who will be presenting a practical, real world AI use case at Intelligent Health UK 2022 (6-7 April, ExCeL London).
João's interest in the use of digital tools has led to improvements and the upgrading of available tools in all of the hospitals he has worked for and to create new tools and solutions like the one being presented. His passion and some proficiency in coding has also led him to create his own app, listed in the App Store under the name ‘Remarkable Edge’.
Ahead of his keynote presentation 'Never waste a good crisis: using reverse innovation to harness the power of AI in healthcare during the Covid-19 pandemic' at Intelligent Health UK 2022 (6-7 April, ExCeL London), we asked Alexander Bedenkov, VP Medical International and Global A.Catalyst Network Head, AstraZeneca, his thoughts on the future of AI in healthcare.
Ahead of his talk 'How can AI, focusing on productivity, capacity and patient outcomes, create a revolution towards precision health?' at Intelligent Health UK 2022 (6-7 April, ExCeL London), we asked Dr. Mathias Goyen, Chief Medical Officer EMEA at GE Healthcare, his thoughts on the future of AI in healthcare.
Mathias is currently the Chief Medical Officer EMEA for GE Healthcare, a $17 billion division of General Electric. Mathias is responsible for leading GE Healthcare’s medical, clinical and evidence generation strategies for product modalities in Europe, the Middle East & Africa. Together with his team he provides leadership in healthcare economics and outcomes research and comparative effectiveness research to develop customer value propositions for new and existing products.
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