Artificial Intelligence

By HIMSS TV 07:04 am August 16, 2019
Conversa Health has seen growing enthusiasm for healthcare chatbots across both sides of the aisle, says Chief Product Officer Dr. Phil Marshall.
By HIMSS TV 08:55 am August 08, 2019
Dr. Michael Sanders, CMIO at Flagler Hospital in St. Augustine, Florida, says clinicians are using unsupervised learning algorithms to reduce costs and prevent medical errors.
By HIMSS TV 09:20 am August 07, 2019
Andrew Rebhan, consultant at The Advisory Board, discusses new advances in "digital frontiers" such as artificial intelligence, internet of things, 3D printing, augmented reality and more.
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By 07:03 am July 19, 2019
DataRobot GM of Healthcare Colleen Greene describes how advances in auto-machine learning and predictive analytics are enabling healthcare organizations to be AI-driven.
By HIMSS TV 11:18 am July 16, 2019
AI has already moved beyond its status as a novel technology with exciting potential use cases to one that is helping solve real-world challenges and improving patient outcomes, says Todd Schlesinger, VP of business development at Jvion.
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By 08:36 am July 12, 2019
Karley Yoder, senior director of product, Edison AI at GE Healthcare, offers a preview of how the new Edison platform will improve workflow, clinical insight and patient satisfaction.
By HIMSS TV 04:06 pm July 10, 2019
AI can help with recognizing patterns and diagnosis, but physicians still need to use clinical judgment and manage the patient as a person, says Colin Tan, associate professor of ophthalmology at Duke NUS Medical School.
By HIMSS TV 03:03 pm July 05, 2019
Leonard D'Avolio, founder and CEO of Cyft, says machine learning is only a means to an end, helping organizations learn from data more quickly and intuitively.
By HIMSS TV 09:22 am July 05, 2019
Partners HealthCare Pivot Labs is enabling collaboration between hospitals, health systems and other stakeholders such as big tech and pharma, says digital health scientist Dr. Sujay Kakarmath.
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By 09:14 am July 03, 2019
Automating some processes can deliver diagnoses more quickly, increasing the chance of better outcomes for patients while reducing clinicians' workloads, says Kevin Shah, head of Enterprise New Business at Fujifilm Europe.

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