Register now for An Awakening in Healthcare — a FREE online symposium exploring artificial intelligence, workforce readiness for AI, and the actions clinicians can take today.
As this decade unfolds, healthcare providers face new and urgent demands. The impact of COVID-19 and changing patient expectations are accelerating the need to collaborate and innovate, and expand access to affordable, quality healthcare to all.
Back for its third year, the Centre for Healthcare Knowledge & Innovation and Southern Cross University have partnered up to bring 2021 Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare Symposium – An Awakening in Healthcare.
This one-day online event is free to attend and will be split into three themes:
- The New World: 10am – 12pm
- The Research: 12:30pm – 2:45pm
- Next steps: 3:30pm – 5:30pm
All those registered will receive one month’s access to the Symposium content.
Principal Research Scientist, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Clinical Research (USA)
As clinical research director and principal research scientist at the MIT Laboratory for Computational Physiology and as a practicing intensive care unit (ICU) physician Leo has spoken in more than 35 countries across 6 continents about the value of data and learning in health systems. Leo will be talking about how we can ensure machine learning for healthcare works for groups typically under-represented in health research.
Health Industry Executive, Microsoft Australia and CEO of Next Practice
Simon has worked in digital health for almost twenty years and as a doctor on Microsoft’s Health team, he is responsible for clinical strategy and industry engagement. Simon has worked with some of the largest healthcare organisations and most innovative software companies in the world and is currently the CEO of Next Practice, an innovative primary care business focusing on patient experience and digital enablement. He’ll be talking to us about AI yesterday, today and tomorrow, answering questions such as: What is fact and what is fiction? How soon will the impact of AI in health be felt? Which disciplines will be disrupted? How will the roles of clinicians change? How will the experience of healthcare change?
The Symposium will also look at the impact of COVID-19, the role of technology in managing COVID-19, data collection and handling and closing the digital divide between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Australians.
Who should attend?
- Primary, secondary and public health clinicians
- Biomedical and health informatics researchers and students
- Healthcare educators and researchers
- Government officials and policy makers
- Technologists and telehealth providers
- Data analysts
- Medical software and systems developers
- Health informaticians and IT professionals
- Health system administrators and managers