IEEE PULSE On Stage brings together global thought leaders in the fields of biomedical engineering and medicine to inform, connect and effect change to benefit human life through inspiring talks and engaging dialog. We focus on solving the issues of today and help define what’s possible tomorrow.
IEEE PULSE On Stage events are live, one-day events, and typically are available as on-demand video after the conference. Attendees may be able to earn CMEs, depending on the event.
Can Healthcare Be Artificially Intelligent Yet Naturally Smart?
July 19, 2018 at 3:30pm – Hawaii Convention Center
Part of EMBC18
Join us during EMBC18 for a special Pulse on Stage event exploring the potential of artificial intelligence to transform modern healthcare. Industry and research leaders from Intel and the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence will join with medical professionals to provide insights on current and future possibilities for AI in medicine. Reception will follow speaker presentations and panel discussion. Register today and be part of this exciting conversation!
- Michael Taborn
Chief Architect, IOTG Health Sector, Intel
- Douglas Raymond
GM, Semantic Scholar, Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence
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Can AI Truly Transform Healthcare? Reality vs. Hype
March 7, 2018 at 5:30pm – Treasure Island Resort, Las Vegas, NV, USA
Treasure Island Conference Center, Ballroom A, Second Floor
Join us in Las Vegas during HIMSS18 for a special event exploring the true potential of artificial intelligence to transform modern healthcare. Industry insiders, including IBM and Microsoft Research, will join medical professionals and business investors to provide insights into the hype versus the reality of AI in medicine. Reception with networking opportunities will follow speaker presentations and panel discussion. Pulse on Stage is a free event and a HIMSS badge is not required for entry.
Featured Speakers Include:
- Salwa G. Rafee – IBM Watson Health Industry Leader
- Rich Caruana, Ph.D – Principal Researcher, Microsoft Research
- Bettina Experton, MD – President & CEO, Humetrix
- Jon Duke, MD – Director of Health Informatics, Georgia Tech College of Computing and Principal Researcher, Georgia Tech Research Institute
Electronic Health Records – What Went Wrong? Can It Be Fixed?
February 28, 2016 – Venetian Hotel, Las Vegas, NV, USA
Electronic health records (EHR) held the promise of allowing better, secure information sharing, and helping practitioners to provide well-informed, patient-centric treatment decisions both quickly and safely. Six years after the HITECH act, the reality is woefully short of the promise. EMBS has brought together inspired and inspiring medical thought leaders who envision what’s possible with EHR, as well as disruptors whose breakthrough solutions are changing the face of healthcare.
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