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Digital Health Catalyst: AL/ML/NLP Use Cases in Healthca...
Nov 13, 2019
06:00 PM - 09:00 PM
14th Floor, CiC, 101,Main Street,East Cambridge
Cambridge,United States

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About the event:

AI in healthcare is having a tremendous impact for the benefit of patients, providers, and payers. The opportunities to deploy AI in health care are increasing exponentially as we become better at capturing and integrating vast amounts of data from multiple sources, making sense of this data in a clinically relevant way, and understand methodologies that explain its use. In some cases, AI will replicate human intelligence, in others it will it will augment what we can do to improve health and lower cost. Pros and cons of various approaches and use cases will be discussed in this exciting session.

Speakers:

Vijay Bhatt: Deputy CTO at Harvard Pilgrim Health Care

Srini Rao: CEO of DATYCS

About our sponsor Recon Strategy:

Recon Strategy is a boutique strategy consulting firm founded in 2010 by alumni of the Boston Consulting Group. The firm works with executives at leading healthcare organizations on questions relating to vision, strategy, and innovation. Clients across the U.S. include major health systems, payers, biopharma, med-tech, and digital health companies. Besides serving some of the best-known names in healthcare, the firm sets aside a quarter of its resources to work on strategy for startups and small nonprofits. 

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  1. ​14th Floor, CiC,
    101,Main Street,East Cambridge ,
    Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States


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