DCI Network presents our latest webinar "AI in Healthcare: The Patient Perspective".

As the medical applications of AI continue to emerge, a diverse array of possibilities unfolds before us. Amidst the excitement, it is essential to notice the perspective of patients. Historically, patients found themselves at the mercy of the medical establishment, lacking control over their care, explanations, and access to their medical information. However, this equation is shifting as empowered patients harness the potential of AI to become their own advocates.

Join us for an engaging webinar that delves into the privacy and security of health data in mobile apps and smart homes. Healthcare is increasingly relying on digital systems to collect and analyze patient data. This presents immense opportunities for improving healthcare outcomes and providing personalized treatment options. However, it also brings a host of privacy concerns that require ethical guidelines and data collection standards.

The time to advocate for changes in medication labeling has arrived. As the patient moves to the center of healthcare, medication labels must be designed to meet their needs. The healthcare sector needs to work to deliver an output that the patient can read, understand, and adhere to. Collaborative healthcare efforts are essential to facilitate this process of designing realistic solutions to simplify patient’s lives.

Many think that patient care is at the heart of any medical center or health delivery organization. While that may be true, what is also true is that at its core, these are organizations that are largely run based on the data they produce. Not only is the data produced in these organizations for clinical care, but the same data is also at the heart of the healthcare ecosystem.

Keynote Speaker: John Glaser, PhD, Executive-in-Residence, Harvard Medical School Executive Education

Panelists: Kristi Henderson, DNP SVP & CEO, Optum Everycare; Ateev Mehrotra, MD, MPH, Harvard Medical School ; Amar Gupta, PhD, Professor, MIT; Roy Schoenberg, MD MPH, President & Co-CEO, Amwell