Join us for the 13th annual Lundberg Institute Lecture to discuss the advances Artificial Intelligence is making in health care with Bob Matthews of MediSync.
AI’s advances into various healthcare fields have recently burst into public consciousness — generating excitement, concern, and confusion among lay and professional observers. AI has already been relied upon in genomic medicine and in the automated analysis of diagnostic studies, but ChatGPT and Bard have liberated imaginations to consider many more potential applications. The task at hand, though, is determining whether those liberated imaginations are being realistic or unrealistic.
Medical news tends to focus on the newest and most technically glitzy innovations even though they sometimes perform less well than advertised. Matthews will explore the immediate opportunities AI has for affecting the care of the most prevalent and important medical conditions, like chronic diseases, as that could quickly influence both the quality and the total cost of such care for the largest number of patients.
Robert E Matthews, President and CEO, MediSync, Cincinnati, OH
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