Transforming Patient Care Through Data and AI

Wednesday, April 19 at 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM CT
South Building, Level 4 | S403

We are standing at what could possibly be the next big quantum leap in technology industry – every aspect of the world will be impacted by how we will use and process data and AI. Healthcare is no exception – with generative AI becoming buzz words in the last few months, we know that this technology will has the potential to improve disease diagnosis, research and clinical and operational insights in a way like never before. We will discuss what this really means for organizations wanting to benefit from and build on AI and ML models – what are the practical applications of this technology and what can AI applications and models do to help solve some of healthcare’s toughest problems. You will get an opportunity to hear from healthcare leaders on use cases of implementing cloud and AI to support clinical decision making and propelling medical science into the future. 

Learning Objectives

  • Utilize your data to support, connect and improve business processes, such as patient experience tools and virtual health
  • Explore how your organization can work intuitively with natural language processing to further leverage analytics and improve delivery of clinical insights
  • Accelerate your business processes by automating information extraction; applying AI and machine learning frameworks that utilize analytics data to assist in many different processes.
  • Identifying forward-looking solutions to the challenge of present and future: AI and the workforce
Chief Data Officer, CIO/CTO/CTIO/Senior IT, CMIO/CMO


Hadas Bitran
Partner Group Manager
Microsoft Health and Life Sciences


Carlo Bifulco, MD
Chief Medical Officer, Providence Genomics; Member and Director, Translational Molecular Pathology and Molecular Genomics, Earle A. Chiles Research Institute
Izhar Laufer
Director of Innovation
Leumit Health Services (HMO)
Matthew Lungren, MD
Chief Medical Information Officer
Nuance Communications