GE Sponsored Webinar: Can We Help 'Solve' Sepsis Together? Augmented Intelligence for Healthcare and Sepsis
Part of GE Healthcare's "Can We Help 'Solve' Sepsis Together?" webinar series
Artificial Intelligence will inevitably color the future delivery of medical care. What strategic approaches do you think will effectively get us there?
Please join Dr. Jeff Hersh and GE Healthcare and learn their answer in this engaging edition of GE Healthcare's webinar series, Can We Help 'Solve' Sepsis Together?
Dr. Hersh’s provocative insights will cover:
- What will AI really mean for the best practices of future medical care, including sepsis treatment?
- What is meant by a bottom up and top down approach to AI?
- How can a “digital twin” help differential diagnosis?
Sepsis Alliance gratefully acknowledges the support provided by GE Healthcare for this webinar.
This course was originally recorded on 8/22/2019.
All healthcare providers
At the end of the course, the learner will be able to:
- Describe the fundamentals of AI in healthcare.
- Identify the "bottom up" and "top down" approaches to AI in healthcare.
- Explain how their organization may integrate AI into the practice of medicine.
Jeff Hersh, PhD, MD
Chief Medical Office, GE Healthcare
Dr. Hersh has over 30 years' experience as a practicing physician and has been Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Emergency Medicine and Disaster Medicine. Previously, he has held faculty appointments at Harvard, the University of Massachusetts, Tufts, Cornell, Dartmouth, Yale, and others. He holds a medical degree from the University of Miami and a PhD in Theoretical Physics from Yale. Dr. Hersh has published and presented hundreds of articles and lectures. He holds multiple patents (including two in AI) and has been the PI of dozens of studies.
Director of Acute Care Commercial Marketing, GE Healthcare
Tom moderates the GE webinars. He is the co-author of "Technical Marketing Communications," a college textbook on strategy and tactics.
No continuing education is offered for this sponsored webinar.
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