By William Hyman – AI is still in the discovery phase of where and how it can be useful. But this still fledgling state has not stopped the many assertions of its wonderfulness, or future wonderfulness, or possible wonderfulness. Here is a sample of statements about AI.
Harlow on Healthcare episode NOW on Demand. Host David Harlow talks with Matthew Holt, co-founder of Health 2.0, acquired by HIMSS, founder of The Health Care Blog, President of SMACK.health.
Harlow on Healthcare episode NOW on Demand. Host David Harlow talks with Anand Oswal, Senior Vice President for Cisco’s enterprise networking business.
New Dr. Nick: The Incrementalist Episode NOW on Demand with host Dr. Nick and guest Dr. Khan Siddiqui, radiologist, programmer, serial entrepreneur, and Founder, CTO, and CMO of HIGI.
By William Hyman – The New York State chapter of HiMSS met on June 13th in the unusual setting of a Broadway theater (which, like almost all Broadway theaters wasn’t actually on Broadway).
Register NOW! In this webinar we will bring together leading healthcare organization, Atrius Health, and NLP experts, Linguamatics to explore the practical uses of NLP in healthcare and give real-life examples of how Atrius Health has implemented processes.
By David Harlow – The FDA had a digital health banner day on December 7, announcing one final guidance and two draft guidance documents (with a 60-day comment period). Collectively, these guidances cover a range of digital health issues.
By William Hyman – The premise of Artificial Intelligence is that a properly constructed computer program can produce useful conclusions, and make recommendations, when presented with a fact set for a particular case (ie facts pertaining to a particular patient).
By Michael Atkins – Machine learning (a.k.a. AI, deep learning, and cognitive learning) is poised to reshape the world in which we live. An emerging tool that uses both structured and unstructured data to infer patterns, relationships, and rules.
By Munawar Abadullah – Every once in awhile the world wakes up to the news of yet another data breach of incredible proportion, providing a crude reminder that healthcare IT systems are not as secure as they should be.
By Waqaas Al-Siddiq – The most urgent problem facing the U.S. healthcare system today is cost. Traditional factions of political party affiliation, socio-economic status, and patient-payer-provider categorization all agree that the astronomical costs of the current system are not sustainable—and only increasing.
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