AI in Healthcare
AI Ventures will be hosting live panel to discuss Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Healthcare during COVID-19. The discussion will follow the global situation and amongst ways AI is finding its way into the healthcare sector.
COVID-19 has put increased pressure on an already constrained healthcare sector and it’s never been more important to access the benefits of Artificial Intelligence to alleviate this. There has been a rise in use and importance of AI to help combat the virus globally which has shed a light on the boundless benefits AI can provide not only to solve this problem, but to shape the future of the healthcare sector.
From helping professionals understand patients’ needs, detecting viruses, accessing vast medical data and treating patients, AI has many benefits. So, it has never been more important to tap into AI to understand its scope and direction for the future of the healthcare sector.
Join us on Wednesday, 9th September @4:00PM AEST to hear from Dr Amandeep Hansra (GP, Health expert and Founder of Creative Careers in Medicine) and Dr John F. Lambert (Inaugural Chief Clinical Information Officer of NSW Health and Chief Medical Officer of Harrison.ai).
Dr Amandeep Hansra is General Practitioner, Digital Health Consultant and Health expert with years of experience in the medical field.
Dr Hansra has worked as a CMO and CEO for Telstra health helping build their Readycare health service and is a committee member and chairperson for various medical associations, including the Australian Medical Association (NSW) and The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP).
Dr Hansra is also the founder of Creative Careers in Medicine and a director for Evermed Consulting and has worked with various practitioners and startups helping support and improve the health field.
Dr Lambert is an inaugural Chief Clinical Information Officer of NSW Health and experienced intensive care specialist with a demonstrated history of working in the hospital & Healthcare industry from community practice to NSW government.
Dr Lambert is also an experienced electronics hardware designer and software developer, with substantial experience in digital health.
Registration is via a free ticket – one ticket is required per login. A Zoom access code will be sent 2hrs prior to the event start time (and again half an hour beforehand). Please check your junk folder as well for the email invite.
Wednesday 23/09/20 @5-6pm AEST