Tag Archive: machine learning

by Alex Lennox-Miller | April 12, 2019

AI & ML in Healthcare: Part of the Toolkit for Administrators and Clinicians

This past week, clinicians, researchers, administrators, and entrepreneurs came together for the 2019 World Medical Innovation Forum in Boston hosted by […]

by Brian Edwards | January 03, 2019

Recapping RSNA(i)18

Key Takeaways Fear of AI has given way to exuberant optimism/anticipation/impatience. Many vendors are trying to pivot their legacy products […]

by David Constantine | May 15, 2018

Signaling the Tipping Point of AI Value in Healthcare

A brief recap of the World Medical Innovation Forum 2018 Top minds across a broad spectrum of healthcare disciplines converged […]

by Ken Kleinberg | April 23, 2018

Predictions in Healthcare: Unpacking the Complications

Interest in predictive analytics in healthcare is on the rise. How long will someone be in the hospital? What are […]

by Ken Kleinberg | March 19, 2018

HIMSS18 – A Cacophony, Not Yet a Symphony

My post before HIMSS talked about how jazzed (not jaded) I was to be attending my 20th HIMSS conference. Now […]

by John Moore lll | February 21, 2018

18 Chilmark-Recommended Sessions for HIMSS’18

For those of you who are overwhelmed by looking through the HIMSS18 session schedule (and those of you who have […]

by John Moore | February 15, 2017

Top 7 Things to Look for at HIMSS17

The final countdown has begun. In a few short days I and the rest of the Chilmark Research team will make our annual pilgrimage to the big health IT confab, HIMSS17, to rub shoulders with some 45,000 of our closest friends.

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