Considerations when selecting and implementing AI solutions in healthcare
Join us for a webinar on December 14, 2022 at 1:00 PM EDT
Artificial Intelligence is a term that represents a broad selection of tech including – but not limited to -genomics, machine learning, robotics, natural language processing, telehealth and care coordination. These can potentially augment, automate, or assist what humans can do, and are often seen as “solutions”.
In the emerging post-COVID healthcare world, resources are scarce; costs of supplies and labor are at an all-time high, and availability of healthcare workers is dangerously low. Making do with less while competing for patients, procedures, and resources has created an environment rich for AI startups to get a foot in the door and pitch their innovations.
Areas to consider when making an informed decision on AI adoption include the potential value, return on investment, reliability and validity, financial security, data security, implementation resources, corporate culture, competing vendors and more. Karen B. Seagraves, PhD, will share what to keep top of mind and how to make better informed decisions when considering, selecting and implementing AI solutions in healthcare.
Karen B. Seagraves, PhD, MPH, NEA-BC, APRN, FAHA is a healthcare advisor, consultant and key opinion leader in Healthcare AI and Neuroscience. Current engagements include startups in radiology and intelligent care coordination, Natural Language Processing (NLP) and patient identification, and finance in neobanking. Most recently she was Enterprise Vice President of Neurosciences for Atrium Health based in Charlotte, NC, and the Executive Director of the Marcus Stroke and Neuroscience Center of the Grady Health System in Atlanta, GA.
Posted on Nov 17, 2022