Artificial intelligence (AI) and other forms of Cognitive Computing are becoming more prevalent in healthcare, but many healthcare providers may not know how to use it in their practices. This webinar is intended to answer some basic questions surrounding AI. What is AI? What are the different types of AI and Cognitive Computing methods? What are the similarities/differences between the methods, and how are they similar/different from screening tools that we currently utilize (SIRS/qSOFA and other early warning scores)? How can we leverage the advances in AI technology to better identify patients at risk for sepsis?
This webinar was originally recorded on 10/1/2019.
Nurses, physician assistants, physicians, emergency responders, physical therapists, patient care assistants, and other healthcare staff
At the end of the course, the learner should be able to:
- Restate the basics behind AI and other forms of Cognitive Computing.
- Outline the similarities between risk scoring and computer models.
- Identify how AI can be used to augment existing sepsis screening tools.
Sepsis Alliance gratefully acknowledges the support provided for this Sepsis Coordinator Network webinar by our Sepsis Coordinator Network sponsors.
Gregory Briddick, BSN, RN
Sepsis Program Coordinator, SUNY Upstate University Hospital
Gregory Briddick is the Sepsis Program Coordinator at SUNY Upstate University Hospital. His areas of responsibility include oversight of all Sepsis initiatives within SUNY Upstate, along with participating in various committees throughout the institution. In his role as Sepsis Program Coordinator, Mr. Briddick actively advocates for the best care we can provide to patients. As Sepsis Program Coordinator at SUNY Upstate, Mr. Briddick serves as a member of the NYSDOH Sepsis Advisory Group, the NYSDOH Sepsis Data Subgroup, and the Sepsis Alliance Sepsis Coordinator Network Advisory Group.
Mr. Briddick obtained a Bachelor of Science in Nursing Practice from Lakeview College of Nursing, was inducted as a founding member into the Lakeview College of Nursing Honor Society, and is currently licensed as a Registered Professional Nurse in Illinois and New York. He has established himself as a clinical expert, as demonstrated by his Certified Critical-Care Registered Nurse (CCRN) and Trauma Certified Registered Nurse (TCRN) certifications. Mr. Briddick is currently enrolled at the University of Illinois at Chicago pursuing a Masters in Health Informatics (MSHI) degree, and is a member of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA).
Sepsis Alliance is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP17068 for 1.6 contact hours.
Other healthcare providers will receive a certificate of attendance for 1.25 contact hours.
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- 1.25 Participation
- 1.60 RN CE Contact HoursProvider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP17068.