Healthcare data are growing at an exponential rate, and technologies in the workplace are advancing rapidly. This session will address how artificial intelligence is making an impact in healthcare today and how emerging technologies may be applied in the future.
After attending this lecture, students and healthcare professionals will be able to:
- Define artificial intelligence (AI) and cognitive systems
- Understand where AI may be applied to tackle problems in healthcare
- Discuss examples of successful AI technologies in the industry today and emerging
technologies of the future
- Identify barriers to adoption and challenges of AI in healthcare
Medical, Nursing, Pharmacy, Public health, and Dental students & clinicians in practice. NOTE: A higher level presentation can be arranged/added with researchers in mind.
For physicians and non-physicians, this lecture aligns to LCME and AGCME competencies of Medical Knowledge and Clinical Reasoning, Interpersonal and Communication Skills (AI/NLP).
For nursing, this lecture aligns to AACN Essential Core Competencies of Information and Technology, Academic-Practice Partnerships, Systems-based Practice, and Career-long Learning.
For pharmacists, this lecture supports learning objectives for ACPE Doctor of Pharmacy curriculum requirements for Clinical Sciences – Health Informatics and competencies for ASHP PGY1 Residencies and PGY2 Residencies in Pharmacy Informatics.
For veterinary medicine, this lecture aligns with the competencies of Problem Solving, Critical Thinking, and Life-long Learning and Ethics
Conflict of Interest: Henry Joel Feldman, MD is employed by IBM Watson Health which develops and markets product and services across the healthcare marketplace. IBM is a manufacturer of regulated medical devices.
Henry Feldman is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School,as well as an Assistant Professor of Clinical Science at the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University. He is a board-certified physician in Internal Medicine/Focused Practice Hospital Medicine as well as Clinical Informatics.
Henry worked in the computer industry for 10 years, prior to going to medical school at the NYU School of Medicine. He completed an internship, residency, and chief residency in Internal Medicine at NYU/Bellevue Hospital in New York. He then completed a 2-year Medical Informatics fellowship at NYU School of Medicine.
Henry joined the faculty of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) at Harvard Medical School in Boston as a Hospitalist in 2006. He served as the Chief Information Architect of the Division of Clinical Informatics at BIDMC, from2007-2018, where he managed the software design and development teams.
In May 2018 Henry joined IBM Watson Health as the Deputy Chief Medical Officer for Development, and he continues to practice medicine on the covered and uncovered hospital medicine service as a nocturnist at BIDMC. Most of his hospital-based research continues in clinical 3D printing, for surgical devices.
As an offshoot of this research, he co-formed a course at Harvard Medical School in the department of surgery for CAD/CAM for medical devices particularly for surge.