AI in Healthcare

8.45 am to 12.30 pm CT,
21 January 2022

AI takes us one-step further towards the

human-machine symbiosis

AI will expand access to

healthcare in under serviced or developing areas

Brain Computer Interfaces Are Expected to Break Out Into The Scene Soon, facilitating

disable patients regain their hearing, and perhaps even vision.

AI can stand-in for human intervention

in the pursuit of diagnostic duties

AI will turn EHR into an asset of

patient risk forecasting

AI will facilitate the next gen of radiology tools that are

precise and comprehensive enough to substitute the need for tissue samples in cases

The healthcare domain is on the precipice of a paradigm shift…

The avenues for AI within healthcare are limitless, medical intervention can be data-driven and proactive based on HER

AI in healthcare has allayed the burdens of EHR usage – digitalization has become the norm

AI is broadly leveraged within the context of automation, particularly clinical documentation, order entry and sorting through the in-basket

AI is currently being leveraged to contain the risks of antibiotic resistance

AI facilitates accurate analytics for pathology images -70% of all decisions within healthcare are on the basis of a pathology result.

AI is harnessed by EHR devs are presently harnessing artificial intelligence to develop more accessible and intuitive interfaces

Voice identification and dictation are assisting to enhance the clinical documentation procedures, as NLP tools don’t cut it anymore.

AI and ML-driven analytics provide proactive visibility about patient condition

AI and machine learning algorithms will be able to highlight new options for targeting therapies to a person’s individual unique genetic makeup.

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21 January 2022 (8.45 am to 12.30 pm CT)
08:45 am
Aganda 1

Introduction of Speakers

-by Nitin Naveen, Vice president-Innovation Strategy, AICorespot


09:00 am
Aganda 2

Redefining Accessible Healthcare: Direct Communication for All

-By Craig Radford, Vice President of Emerging Markets, Communication Service for the Deaf (CSD)

How effective are internet-based video relay service platforms for sign language interpreting in healthcare settings? While most current recommendations attempt to improve and resolve current barriers to provide accessible communication between deaf and hard of hearing patients with their providers, we recommend redefining accessible healthcare by enabling direct communication in sign language. Examples will include the evolution from text-based communication to relay services to entirely removing a third-party person. The future is now: when thinking about AI opportunities in healthcare, we explore ways to be both innovative and authentic to secure best possible health outcomes for the deaf community and how said strategies play a role in the current healthcare ecosystem.


09:30 am
Aganda 2

Using Augmented Intelligence at Ontrak

-By Len Bickman PhD – Chief Artificial Intelligence Officer, Ontrak, Inc.


09:50 am
Aganda 2




10:00 am
Aganda 6

How AI will revolutionize the future of healthcare

Panel Discussion
– Chithrai S Mani, CTIO, Infovision (Moderator)
– Ty Vachon, Co-Founder & CEO, IASO
– Mitul Shah, VP, AI products, Proscia
– Rich Kenny, Health Industry Executive Advisor, Innovative Models of Care, SAS
– Natasha Schlinkert, CEO/Founder, Innobot Health
-Jayodita Sanghvi, Senior Director of Data Science, Included Health




11:00 am
Aganda 2

The Cutting Edge of Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare

-By Matthew, Sr. Director of AI/CT + Distinguished Engineer – Optum Technology

This presentation examines the portfolio of artificial intelligence technologies and how they fuse together to address some of the biggest problems / issues in health care. Artificial intelligence is defined in a realistic way as is the context of healthcare in which it operates and its portfolio of technologies. Latent business trends (both old and new) are probed where AI plays a pivotal role in advancing the key healthcare concerns. The razors edge of intelligent technology is also explored that highlights Cognitive Technology and Quantum Computing.


11:20 am
Aganda 4

The social and economic impact hearing loss has on consumers and health plans

By Michael Reha, Director of Managed Care, Beltone

Today consumers are looking for a full suite of health care solutions, including hearing benefits when it comes to their health plan. MCO’s are needing to offer higher quality solutions, providing convenience, ensuring value by providing fair costs, greater customer service, and convenient access points are necessary to not only retain current members but also engage non-members. Focusing on these can help the plans to save costs and resources which can translate to higher quality of care. Today we look at hearing loss and how its impacting the US population but is increasing across all age groups. The problem is expected to grow as baby boomers are aging and hearing loss rises across all age groups due to increased noise exposure and overall health and lifestyle factors that contribute to hearing loss such as diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity, smoking and medication use. We will examine why offering hearing benefits can significantly reduce medical expenses but also what role it plays in member engagement and retention. In addition we will look at Hearing and how it impacts AI and how this technology interacts with each other.


11:40 am
Aganda 4

Can AI revolutionize medical documentation and improve patient outcomes?

By Gerardo Guerra Bonilla, Founder/CEO, Chartnote

Medical documentation is one of the main causes of physician burnout. For every hour of patient care, a clinician spend two hours on administrative work in front of a computer. How can AI transform clinical workflows, simplify medical documentation, enable doctors to have a meaningful interaction with their patients and bring back the joy of practicing medicine.


12:00 pm
Aganda 4

Making Artificial Intelligence Work for Real Patients

By Renee Dua, Chief Strategy Officer, HeyRenee

I will discuss the importance of understanding the basic needs of patients, especially those left out of the digital tech revolution (which is an ignored problem) and advocate to build intelligence software that 1/ coordinates and navigates for those most in need and 2/ supports care providers and caregivers without altering their workflows.


12:20 pm
Aganda 1

Thank you note and conclusion of event

-by Nitin Naveen, Vice president-Innovation Strategy, AICorespot