Bringing together healthcare professionals from different disciplines, educators, AI technologists and those involved in clinical data governance.

Educating for a digital future: What do healthcare professionals need to know about AI and digital health?

Educating for a digital future: What do healthcare professionals need to know about AI and digital health?

Bringing together healthcare professionals from different disciplines, educators, AI technologists and those involved in clinical data governance.

Digital technologies and AI provide promising solutions to improve healthcare services, however, many of these technologies are still to be adopted and there are likely unforeseen barriers to accepting these technologies.

To educate for a digital future and to improve the ‘readiness’ for using these technologies, perhaps an AI and/or digital health awareness training could be embedded into undergraduate medicine and health science degree programmes. If this is possible, then what would the curriculum look like? And would AI informed clinicians be more likely to use these technologies?

Being more ‘AI aware’ could give professionals the tools to develop their AI knowledge and learn more about how they are developed and tested. This would help professionals calibrate their trust in using these technologies for different clinical scenarios and to mitigate against ‘automation bias’.

This event brings together healthcare professionals from different disciplines, educators, AI technologists and those involved in clinical data governance to present ideas and to address the question of - ‘What healthcare professionals need to know about AI and digital health?’.

Programme chairs

  • Clare Rainey
  • Dr Raymond Bond
  • Dr Sonyia McFadden

Programme

Event Programme
TimeSession
12pm – 12.15pm

Welcome from chairs: Dr Sonyia McFadden, Dr Raymond Bond, Mrs. Clare Rainey

Introduction: ‘Mrs. Clare Rainey, Dr. Raymond Bond, Ulster University

12.15pm – 12.30pm

Dr Rob Brisk,
Specialty doctor in cardiology,
DevRel / Alliance Manager,
Healthcare at NVIDIA, UK

12.30pm – 12.45pm

Dr Tamsin Brown, Paediatrician
Founder Hear Glue Ear,
NHS England, Clinical Entrepreneur
Educator in Digital Health and Clinical Lead in Paediatric Digital Health for the organisation ORCHA.

12.45pm Q and A
1pm

Dr Katherine Andriole
Associate Professor of Radiology, Harvard Medical
School, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Director of Research Strategy and Operations at the MGH & BWH Center for Clinical Data Science (CCDS)

2pm Break
2.30 – 3.15pm

Round table / panel discussion:

  • Dr J Mc Connell, Consultant Reporting Radiographer, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow
  • Dr Michael Quinn, Head of Clinical Information, Health & Social Care Board, Consultant
  • Dr Aaron Peace, CEO of CTRIC, Director of Research, Consultant Cardiologist
  • Dr Christina Malamateniou, Programme Director, Postgraduate taught and research (MRI), Division of Midwifery and Radiography, City, University of London
  • Soo Hun, Innovation & Digital Eco-system Lead at Digital Health & Care NI, Health & Social Care Board
3.15pm – 3.30pm

Dr Fiona Browne,
Director of AI Datactics,
UK

3.30pm - 3.45pm

Dr Devinder Kumar,
Fellow at the School of Medicine,
Stanford University,
USA

3.45pm – 4pm Q and A
4pm

Keynote Speaker

Dr Anthony C. Chang,
Chief Intelligence and Innovation Officer,
Pediatric Cardiologist at Children's Hospital and
CHOC Children's at Mission Hospital
USA

5pm

Keynote Speaker

Dr Dave Albert,
Founder & Chief Medical Officer at AliveCor,
USA

6pm

Prof Louise Dubras
Foundation Dean,
School of Medicine,
Ulster University

Keynote Speakers

Dr Katherine Andriole

“Preparing Radiologists for the Era of Artificial Intelligence: An Example Curriculum”

Dr. Andriole is an Associate Professor of Radiology at Harvard Medical School, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the Director of Research Strategy and Operations at the MGH & BWH Center for Clinical Data Science (CCDS) (www.ccds.io).

She studied Biomedical Engineering, and Electrical Engineering and Medicine at Duke University and Yale University, respectively, and did postdoctoral fellowships at the University of California at Los Angeles, and the University of California at San Francisco (UCSF) Departments of Radiology.

At UCSF, Dr. Andriole was instrumental in designing, building and implementing picture archiving and communication systems (PACS) before they became commercial entities. Her research has involved technical as well as clinically-relevant developments in medical informatics, image analysis, business analytics, and machine learning.

Dr. Andriole has developed and taught several formal courses, directed fellowships in biomedical imaging and informatics, and mentored more than 75 trainees. She has served in multiple leadership roles for the Society of Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM), currently serves on the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) Radiology Informatics Committee and the RSNA Machine Learning Steering Committee, and is the Senior Scientist for Education at the American College of Radiology (ACR) Data Science Institute.

She is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiology: Artificial Intelligence. Dr. Andriole has been elected a member of the Academy of Harvard Medical School, inducted into the College of SIIM Fellows, and named Third and Second Vice President of the RSNA for 2015 and 2018 respectively.

She has received the RSNA Honored Educator Award and the inaugural RADxx Trailblazer Award recognizing a pioneering woman leader in Imaging Informatics.


Dr Anthony Chang

“Intelligence-Based Medicine: Is this the future paradigm?”

Dr. Chang attended Johns Hopkins University for his B.A. in molecular biology prior to entering Georgetown University School of Medicine for his M.D. He then completed his pediatric residency at Children’s Hospital National Medical Center and his pediatric cardiology fellowship at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

He then accepted a position as attending cardiologist in the cardiovascular intensive care unit of Boston Children’s Hospital and as assistant professor at Harvard Medical School. He has been the medical director of several pediatric cardiac intensive care programs (including Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, Miami Children’s Hospital, and Texas Children’s Hospital).

He served as the medical director of the Heart Institute at Children’s Hospital of Orange County. He is currently the Chief Intelligence and Innovation Officer (CIIO) and Medical Director of the Heart Failure Program at Children’s Hospital of Orange County. He has also been named a Physician of Excellence by the Orange County Medical Association and Top Cardiologist, Top Doctor for many years as well as one of the nation’s Top Innovators in Healthcare.

  • Read more about Dr Anthony Chang

    He has completed a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) in Health Care Administration at the University of Miami School of Business and graduated with the McCaw Award of Academic Excellence.

    He also completed a Masters in Public Health (MPH) in Health Care Policy at the Jonathan Fielding School of Public Health of the University of California, Los Angeles and graduated with the Dean’s Award for Academic Excellence.

    He later taught Global Health there. Finally, he graduated with his Masters of Science (MS) in Biomedical Data Science with a subarea focus in artificial intelligence from Stanford School of Medicine andhas completed a certification on artificial Intelligence from MIT.

    He is a computer scientist-in-residence and a member of the Dean’s Scientific Council at Chapman University. He has helped to build a successful cardiology practice as a startup company and was able to complete a deal on Wall Street. He is known for several innovations in pediatric cardiac care, including introducing the cardiac drug milrinone and co-designing (with Dr. Michael DeBakey) an axial-type ventricular assist device in children.

    He is a committee member of the National Institute of Health pediatric grant review committee. He is the editor of several textbooks in pediatric cardiology, including Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care, Heart Failure in Children and Young Adults, and Pediatric Cardiology Board Review.3 He is the founder of the Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Society (PCICS) that launched the multidisciplinary focus on cardiac intensive care for children.

    He is also the founder of the Asia- Pacific Pediatric Cardiac Society (APPCS), which united pediatric cardiologists and cardiac surgeons from 24 Asian countries and launched a biennial meeting in Asia that now draws over 1,000 attendees. He is the founder and medical director of the Medical Intelligence and Innovation Institute (MI3) that is supported by the Sharon Disney Lund Foundation.

    The institute is dedicated to implement data science and artificial intelligence in medicine and is the first institute of its kind in a hospital. The new institute is concomitantly dedicated to facilitating innovation in children and health care all over the world. He is the organizing chair for the biennial Pediatrics2040: Emerging Trends and Future Innovations meeting as well as the founder and director of the Medical Intelligence and Innovation Summer Internship Program, which mentors close to 100 young physicians-to-be every summer.

    He has organized a pediatric innovation leadership group called the international Society for Pediatric Innovation (iSPI). He intends to build a clinician-computer scientist interface to enhance all aspects of data science and artificial intelligence in health and medicine.

    He currently lectures widely on big data and artificial intelligence in medicine (he has been called “Dr. A.I.” by the Chicago Tribune and has given a TEDx talk as well as on the Singularity University faculty) (1). He has published review papers on big data and predictive analytics as well as machine learning and artificial intelligence in medicine (2)(3).

    He has completed a book project with a book series with Elsevier: Intelligence-Based Medicine: Principles and Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Clinical Medicine and Health Care and is the editor-in-chief of the journal of the same title. He is the founder and organizing chair of several many Artificial Intelligence in Medicine (AI Med) meetings in the U.S. and abroad (Europe and Asia) that will focus on artificial intelligence in healthcare and medicine (www.aimed.io).

    He has started a group for clinicians with a special focus on data science and artificial intelligence as Medical Intelligence Society, or MIS. Finally, he is the dean of the nascent American Board of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine (ABAIM) that will have education and certification of artificial intelligence in clinical medicine and health care as its mission.

    He is the founder of three startup companies in artificial intelligence in medicine:

    1) CardioGenomic Intelligence (CGI), LLC is a multifaceted company that focuses on artificial intelligence applications such as deep learning in clinical cardiology (cardiomyopathy and heart failure as well as other cardiovascular disease) and genomic medicine.

    2) Artificial Intelligence in Medicine (AIMed), LLC is an events company that organizes meetings and educational programs in artificial intelligence in medicine in local as well as global venues.

    3) Medical Intelligence 10 (MI10), LLC is an education and consulting/advising conglomerate for executives and physician leaders as well as investors for the evaluation and implementation of AI strategies in healthcare organizations, for evaluation and recommendation of AI in healthcare vendors, and assessment and implementation of cybersecurity in healthcare organizations.


Dr Dave Albert

‘My journey from medicine to digital technology and AI – What I think all clinicians should know about digital technologies’

David E. Albert, MD, an Oklahoma native, is a physician, inventor and serial entrepreneur who has developed medical and other life-saving technologies and products over the last 40 years, turning a number of those innovations into tech startups.

He is a founder of AliveCor. His previous startups include Corazonix Corp (sold to Arrhythmia Research Technology) and Data Critical (sold to GE). He invented the AliveCor® Kardia™ in 2010 and it immediately became a global sensation via a four-minute YouTube Video in January 2011 around the Consumer Electronics Show and was featured on ABC, CBS, CNN and Fox News among many other media outlets.

Dr. Albert has 71 issued US patents. He has authored or co-authored over 100 scientific abstracts and publications principally in the Cardiology literature. Dr. Albert has lectured at Universities and leading medical centers all over the world as well as being a regular faculty member at the major Cardiology Scientific Meetings (AHA, ACC, HRS, TCT).

Dr. Albert graduated with Honors from Harvard College and from Duke University Medical School. Dr. Albert currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife. They have four children and one granddaughter.

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