How Has AI Impacted Healthcare in 2018 - Los Angeles

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Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

Nestle Building

800 N. Brand Glendale

Los Angeles, CA 91203

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AI Med breakfast briefings are for those interested in the biggest paradigm shift in healthcare and medicine: Artificial Intelligence. The latest edition in the series has been designed to connect clinicians, medical-technologists with those leading the transformation. Join the innovators to discuss the realities of day-to-day AI deployment in healthcare.

Join our experts to get an inside look at the state of current technology: where is it being used? What are the challenges? And where do we go from here?

Topics to be discussed will include

  1. Learnings about AI in 2018

  2. Areas that AI has seen the most impact

  3. Identifying practical areas that AI can be deployed

  4. Where AI will take us in 2019 and how to prepare your organization

Moderator:

Randall Wetzel, Director of the VPICU, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

Speakers include:

Dr. Anthony Chang, Founder AIMed, Chief Artificial Intelligence Officer, Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC)

Peter Chang, MD, Director, Center for AI in Diagnostic Medicine, UC Irvine Health, CEO, Avicenna.ai

More speakers to be announaced soon!

Format:

08:00 – 08:30 Arrival, Coffee & Networking
08:30 – 08:40 Welcome and Introduction Randall Wetzel, Director of the VPICU, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
08:40 – 09:30 Panel discussion
09:30 – 09:50 General Q&A
09:50 – 09:55 Summary & Close by Dr Chang, CHOC Children's
9:55 – 10:15 Networking & Coffee

Breakfast pastries, coffee and various refreshments will be available.

We hope you can make it to the upcoming Breakfast Briefing taking place in November in Los Angeles!

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Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

Nestle Building

800 N. Brand Glendale

Los Angeles, CA 91203

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