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How AI affects the Future Healthcare
By Jeroen Tas, Chief Innovation and Strategy officer, Royal Philips
Jeroen Tas, Chief Innovation and Strategy officer, Royal Philips will share his insightful information about AI and how it affects the Future Healthcare.
The current challenges the world is facing are a powerful catalyst for change. We are all having to reimagine how we live, work, and most importantly, how we care for people.
COVID-19 has aggravated priorities we already knew about. How do we increase productivity when human resources and budgets are stretched, speed up precision diagnosis for acute and elective care, ensure patients receive the right treatment at the right time, and make sure the necessary expertise is available whenever and wherever it’s needed.
The past nine months, as we battle the COVID-19 pandemic, telehealth and virtual models of care delivery, powered by Cloud and AI, have shown their tremendous potential to engage with patients, to ensure access to care and to foster clinical collaboration. Jeroen Tas will share his views on how to transition to healthcare systems that are digital and integrated, making them more resilient and sustainable with improved outcomes and better experiences for patients and staff.
How to make the digital transformation with AI available to the clinical business
Av Nynke Breimer – Global Product Manager Sectra Amplifier Marketplace
There are high expectations that advanced analysis of health data and the use of AI will contribute to solving the need for precision and capacity in the health services for the population – and the possibilities are many. An important basic element in this work is to facilitate access to the data to be processed and analyzed. It is important both for research and innovation and not least to make the AI algorithms and analysis processes available to the clinical business. In imaging, we have now reached a point where there are mature AI algorithms for image processing that can be used in clinical practice, but which in practice are not available to the physician. In order to resolve this knot, industry and the health sector must do their part to solve the technical and legal challenges of such implementation. Sectra’s artificial intelligence product manager presents an example of how the industry can contribute to this.
Av Benjamin Szilagyi is leading Medical Data & Information Solutions in Roche Pharma Development.
This session is in cooperation with Philips, Sectra og Roche.
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