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Mar

5

HIMSS'18 Session: The Learning Health System and AI

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NOTE: Times are entered into the system as EST. Please keep that in mind when adding to your calendars.

Description

Over the past several years, artificial intelligence and machine learning, with their ability to analyze, process, and adapt to large volumes of data, information, and knowledge to solve complex problems, have garnered significant investment among the world’s most successful corporations, including Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon, IBM, GM and Uber.

Healthcare is also now stepping into the AI spotlight in a variety of application areas, including natural language processing (NLP), medical image recognition, clinical decision support, diagnosis, and prediction. But to what degree is healthcare embracing these technologies? What are the perceptions, expectations, sourcing approaches, and initiatives?

In this session, Chilmark Research, a health IT research firm, will shed light on those questions by sharing the results of a survey that included 100+ senior healthcare executives.
 

Key areas addressed by the survey:

  • What are the major perceptions of artificial intelligence and machine learning by leading healthcare organizations in terms of applicability, timeframes, and benefits?
  • What are the most compelling health care use cases for AI and machine learning and to what extent are they being pursued in healthcare?
  • How can AI and machine learning enable healthcare organizations to become learning health systems?

 

Speakers

Ken Kleinberg
Vice President of Research, Chilmark Research

Joshua Rubin
Program Officer, Learning Health System Initiatives, University of Michigan Medical Schools

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Mar

7

HIMSS'18: The EHR App Store is Open – What is on the Shelf?

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Description

With just about every EHR vendor staking a claim in “openness” and plug-and-play with startups through APIs, developer portals, and “app stores” that promise to facilitate seamless delivery of third-party apps to empower patients and clinicians, we set out to compare and contrast the business models and underlying processes to understand whether such platforms are truly as open and portable as the vendors claim them to be. Moderated by Ken Kleinberg, VP of Chilmark Research, this panel will assess the value and integration of apps with patient portal, medical and connected devices, and care management plans, while discussing the potential of these app store models to bring innovation, competition, enhanced access, and collaboration to both patients and providers.
 

Learning Objectives

  • Review landscape of health IT vendors offering pick-and-choose app store solutions to patients and clinicians
  • Weigh risks and benefits of the app store models to startups, providers, and patients
  • Examine the necessary infrastructure needed to incorporate apps from EHR app store into clinical care or to make them available for patient use
  • Contrast vendor approaches to app integration and control, distribution to end users, revenue sharing, liability, and governance to determine which apps are safe and appropriate to offer to a patient or include in a medical record

 

Speakers

Ken Kleinberg
Vice President, Research, Chilmark Research

Tina Joros
General Manager, Open Business Unit , Allscripts Healthcare LLC

Janet Campbell
Vice President, Patient Engagement, Epic

Mandira Singh
Director, Platform Product Management, athenahealth

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