Monday, Dec 07 @ 3:00 PM
The use of AI becomes particularly important for healthcare solutions in low-resourced settings as typically the users tend to be minimally trained and not specialists. The availability of such AI-based solutions makes it easier for the users to ascertain the risk correctly and ensures that chances of missing high-risk factors are significantly reduced. Such solutions complement the medical expertise on the ground in delivering more robust care to the patients. Leading research companies are applying machine learning algorithms and predictive analytics to reduce drug discovery times, provide virtual assistance to patients, and diagnose ailments by processing medical images, among other things.
Engineers and domain experts work on end-to-end products and solutions across the health continuum, from healthy living, to prevention, diagnosis and treatment. Innovation hubs harness the power of technologies such as AI, digital, Cloud and Big Data analytics to improve patient outcomes through care coordination and patient empowerment.
With the help of emerging technology, data scientists are provided access to all kinds of data for analysis and creating modelsdata that represents time series and longitudinal record of the patient such as lab reports, scanned images, electronic medical records, lifestyle data, etc. This provides holistic information about the patient, which is very useful especially in recommending treatments.
AGENDA / DISCUSSION TOPICS
– What, where and how can AI help in delivery of care
– Eco-system, regulations, standards required for the enabling the adoption
– Insights on live data-set and a model which helps in better decision making in the healthcare industry
– How the model was constructed
Department Lead – Healthcare Solution
Philips Innovation Campus, India
Geetha M leads research for healthcare solutions at Philips Innovation Campus, India. Geetha has close to 35 years of experience in the software R&;D industry. With two decades of experience in healthcare Research and development, she is passionate about the healthcare domain and sees a big opportunity to leverage digital technology to make healthcare much more accessible and affordable. Early in her career, she worked for the banking, defence organizations public and private sector companies developing software solutions. She has architected and managed large projects in the defence, telecom and banking sector before joining Philips in 2000.
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