Agenda

  • TuesdayMay 24
  • WednesdayMay 25
  • ThursdayMay 26

14:00Registration

Registration and exhibitor setup

16:00

Delegate registration will open at 2pm PT, giving attendees time to arrive, check in, unpack and get ready for the summit. This will also allow time for exhibitor setup (exhibition hall to open from 7.30am PT on Wednesday).


16:00Keynote

Keynote Theater: AI Primer and update

17:30

An overview of essential knowledge in health AI, including data, machine and deep learning, natural language processing, robotic process automation, and so on. Including Q&A.

Dr Anthony Chang, Founder, AIMed and Chief Intelligence and Innovation Officer, Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC)

May Dongmei Wang PhD, Professor, Wallace Coulter Distinguished Faculty Fellow, Georgia Distinguished Cancer Scholar, Director of Biomedical Big Data, Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University

Alfonso Limon, PhD, Chief Liaison of R&D, Oneirix

Robert Hoyt MD, FACP, FAMIA, ABPM-CI, Associate Clinical Professor, in Department of Internal Medicine, Virginia Commonwealth University


18:00Networking

Smart Health Expo Opens // Networking social in the Smart Health Expo

20:00

 The official opening of the Smart Health Expo, including a fireside chat with Netflix executive Neil Hunt in conversation with Hansa Bhargava, food, drink, and a live band - courtesy of Theator


07:30Networking

Smart Health Expo opens // Breakfast in Smart Health Expo

08:30

Providing everyone with a nutritious breakfast and open networking to start the day.


08:30Keynote

Keynote Theater: Chair's opening address

08:45

Opening remarks, to include patient conversation

Freddy White, CEO, AIMed

Dr Anthony Chang, Founder, AIMed and Chief Intelligence and Innovation Officer, Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC)


08:45Keynote

Keynote Theater: Translating AI research into clinical practice.

10:00

This opening keynote session will address one of the key challenges in healthcare: how to shorten the typical 10 year window from publication to practice. How do we accelerate the translation of research into practice? How do we raise awareness and increase education in order to deliver action? Join our keynote speakers for this essential discussion.

Daniel Kraft, MD, Founder and Chair, Exponential Medicine

Curtis P Langlotz, MD, PhD, Professor of Radiology and Biomedical Informatics, Director of the Center for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine and Imaging, and Associate Chair for Information Systems, Stanford University

Ami Bhatt, MD, FACC, Chief Innovation Officer, American College of Cardiology

Albert Chan, MD, MS, FAAFP, Vice President, Chief of Digital Health, Sutter Health

Moderator: Hansa Bhargava, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Medscape


10:00Smart Health Expo

Smart Health Expo opens

12:00

Immerse yourself in the latest developments in health AI, with hands-on product demonstrations, live roundtables and focus groups, and much more.

10:00Networking

Coffee in Smart Health Expo

10:30

10:30Talks

Action AI in breakout rooms

12:00

Be part of the drive to accelerate the deployment of AI in healthcare with practical workshops delivered by our prestigious partners.

10:30Workshops

Clinical applications of artificial intelligence: clinical decision support

12:00

Delivered in partnership with Stanford AIMI and BrainX Community

LOCATION: CALIFORNIA ROOM

This session will deliver real use cases in the deployment of AI in medical imaging. It will be split into three parts: project design, implementation, and evaluation.

Moderator: Elsie Gyang Ross, MD, Vascular Surgeon and Research Scientist, Stanford Healthcare

Johanna Kim, MBA, Executive Director, Stanford AIMI

Piyush Mathur, MD, FCCM, Staff Anesthesiologist and Critical Care Physician, Cleveland Clinic 

Jason Miller, Business Development Manager, Medtronic

Randall C Wetzel, The Anne O'M Wilson Professor of Critical Care Medicine, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and Professor of Pediatrics and Anesthesiology, USC Keck School of Medicine

Muhammad Mamdani, PharmD, MA, MPH, Vice President - Data Science and Advanced Analytics, Unity Health Toronto

David Ouyang, MD, Physician Scientist and Cardiologist, Cedars-Sinai

Sharief Taraman, MD, DABPN, DABPM, FAAP, Chief Medical Officer, Cognoa; Division Chief of General Pediatric Neurology, Children’s Health of Orange County

Professor Ioannis A Kakadiaris, PhD, Hugh Roy and Lillie Cranz Cullen University Professor of Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Biomedical Engineering, University of Houston

10:30Workshops

Operational applications of artificial intelligence: optimizing finance, workflow and patient experience

12:00

Delivered in partnership with Kore.ai

LOCATION: ELIZABETHAN ROOM A

Bringing together payer and provider organizations for real use cases in the deployment of AI in patient and caregiver processes, revenue cycle, HR and IT.

Moderator: David Higginson, ACMA, CGMA, Executive Vice President / Chief Innovation Officer, Phoenix Children's Hospital

Gary Fingerhut, Senior Vice President, Healthcare, Kore.ai

Ron Li, MD, Medical Informatics Director for Digital Health and AI Clinical Integration, Stanford Health Care

Greg Nelson, AVP Analytics Services, Intermountain Healthcare

Anthony Demeusy, Service Project Manager, Carestream Dental

10:30Workshops

Key issues in AI: ethics and equity

12:00

Delivered in partnership with ACAIM

LOCATION: ELIZABETHAN ROOM C

A practical workshop addressing some of the prevailing ethical challenges in healthcare AI, including trust, bias, data privacy, and explainability.

Moderator: Eric Eskioglu, MD, Executive Vice President, Chief Medical and Scientific Officer, Novant Health

Tom Lawry, National Director for AI, Health and Life Sciences, Microsoft

Sara Gerke, Assistant Professor of Law, Penn State Dickinson Law

Dr Stephen G Odaibo, MD, MS (Math), MS (Comp.Sci.), Founder and Chief Executive Officer, RETINA-AI Health, Inc, Retina Specialist, Board-Certified Ophthalmologist

May Dongmei Wang PhD, Professor, Wallace Coulter Distinguished Faculty Fellow, Georgia Distinguished Cancer Scholar, Director of Biomedical Big Data, Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University

G. Hamilton Baker, MD FACC, Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Public Health, Director of the MUSC/Clemson University AI Hub, Medical University of South Carolina

Esli Osmanlliu, MDCM, FRCPC, Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, McGill University and Montreal Children's Hospital

Orest Boyko, MD, PhD, Vice Chair, ABAIM

10:30Workshops

AI strategy and delivery: accelerating adoption

12:00

Delivered in partnership with AMDIS, IBM Watson Health and Blackford Analysis

LOCATION: ELIZABETHAN ROOM D

While there are increasing numbers of healthcare organizations investing in artificial intelligence, the deployment of AI solutions is not necessarily accelerating at the same rate. This session will examine some of prevailing obstacles and opportunities, drawing out perspectives on what can be done to accelerate the adoption of AI.

Moderator: Howard Landa, MD, Vice President, Clinical Informatics and Electronic Health Records, Sutter Health

David Gruen, MD, MBA, FACR, Chief Medical Officer, Imaging, IBM Watson Health

Francisco Lopez-Jimenez, MD, MBA, Co-Director, Artificial Intelligence in Cardiovascular Medicine, Mayo Clinic

Ben Panter, PhD, CEO, Blackford Analysis

Suchi Saria, PhD, Associate Professor of Machine Learning and Healthcare, Johns Hopkins University

Arta Bakshandeh, DO, MA, Chief Medical Information Officer, Alignment Healthcare

10:30Workshops

Healthcare data: sharing and access strategies

12:00

Delivered in partnership with Pentavere.

LOCATION: ELIZABETHAN ROOM B

What do healthcare organizations need to do in order to harness the full potential of their data? What are the common pitfalls in doing this, and how can you mitigate them?

Moderator: Karen B Seagraves, PhD, MPH, NEA-BC, APRN, FAHA, Enterprise Vice President Neurosciences, Atrium Health

Aaron Leibtag, CEO and Cofounder, Pentavere

Caroline Chung, MD, MSc, FRCPC, CIP, Vice President, Chief Data Officer, MD Anderson Cancer Center

Thomas Osborne, MD, Director, National Center for Collaborative Healthcare Innovation; Chief Medical Informatics Officer, VA Palo Alto Health Care System

CT Lin, MD, CMIO, UCHealth

GQ Zhang, MS, PhD, Vice President and Chief Data Scientist, UTHealth

Mohammad Ghassemi, PhD, Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, Michigan State University

 

12:00Networking

Lunch in Smart Health Expo

13:00

13:00Talks

Action AI in breakout rooms

14:30

Be part of the drive to accelerate the deployment of AI in healthcare with practical workshops delivered by our prestigious partners.

13:00Workshops

Clinical applications of artificial intelligence: imaging

14:30

Delivered in partnership with Stanford AIMI

LOCATION: CALIFORNIA ROOM

This session will deliver real use cases in the deployment of AI in medical imaging. It will be split into three parts: project design, implementation, and evaluation.

Mirabela Rusu, PhD, Assistant Professor of Radiology (Integrative Biomedical Imaging Informatics), Stanford AIMI

Tim Albert, MD, MHCM, FACC, Executive Medical Director and CEO, Huntington Health Physicians

Anil Parwani, MD, PhD, MBA, Vice-Chair of Anatomic Pathology and Director of Pathology Informatics, The Ohio State University

Marilyn M Bui, MD, PhD, FCAP, Anatomic and Clinical Pathologist and Scientific Director of the Analytic Microscopy Core, Moffitt Cancer Center

Ed Ellsworth, Director of Business Development, US, NuraLogix

Eigil Samset, PhD, General Manager, Cardiology Care Area, GE Healthcare

13:00Workshops

Operational applications of artificial intelligence: population health

14:30

Delivered in partnership with ACAIM

LOCATION: ELIZABETHAN ROOM A

Offering a dual perspective on the applications of AI in population health. This session will feature provider organizations detailing how they are deploying AI to reduce risk, and payers focusing on advanced data analysis for preventive care.

Moderator: Philip Payne, PhD, FACMI, FAMIA, Janet and Bernard Becker Professor, Associate Dean, Office of Health Information and Data Science, Founding Director, Institute for Informatics, Chief Data Scientist, Washington University School of Medicine, St Louis

Wendi A Knapp MD, MSc, FACP Hospitalist / Data Scientist, Data Science Team Lead, Sutter Health

Chris DeRienzo, MD, MPP, SVP and System Chief Medical Officer, WakeMed Health and Hospitals

Yin Aphinyanaphongs MD, PhD, Director, Operational Data Science and Machine Learning, NYU Langone Health

Arta Bakshandeh, DO, MA, Chief Medical Information Officer, Alignment Healthcare

Michael Howell, MD, MPH, Chief Clinical Officer and Deputy Chief Health Officer, Google Health

13:00Workshops

Key issues in AI: education

14:30

Delivered in partnership with MI10, SoPE and ABAIM

LOCATION: ELIZABETHAN ROOM C

How do medical, pharmacy, and nursing education and continuous professional development need to evolve in order to ensure that all healthcare staff have a grounding in data science

Moderator: Robert Hoyt MD, FACP, FAMIA, ABPM-CI, Associate Clinical Professor, in Department of Internal Medicine, Virginia Commonwealth University

Arlen Meyers, MD, MBA, Emeritus Professor, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Faculty, University of Colorado Denver Business School, President and CEO, Society of Physician Entrepreneurs (SoPE)

Hansa Bhargava, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Medscape

Davy Cheng, MD, FRCPC, FCAHS, DGAI, CCPE, Founding Dean & Presidential Chair Professor, School of Medicine, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

May Dongmei Wang PhD, Professor, Wallace Coulter Distinguished Faculty Fellow, Georgia Distinguished Cancer Scholar, Director of Biomedical Big Data, Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University

Dr Hatim Abdulhussein, Clinical Fellow AI and Robotics, Health Education England

J Michael Finley, DO, Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Kansas Health Science Center

Orest Boyko, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Radiology, University of Southern California

Mark Zobeck, MD, Pediatric Hematology-Oncology Physician, Texas Children’s Hospital

Alfonso Limon, PhD, Chief Liaison of R&D, Oneirix

13:00Workshops

AI strategy and delivery: developing and deploying real-time AI in patient care

14:30

Delivered in partnership with Medical Informatics Corp. & Intel

LOCATION: ELIZABETHAN ROOM D

AI-based tools built from comprehensive physiologic waveform datasets are key to delivering 'patient-centric' care at scale.

Join us to see how healthcare leaders are accessing waveform and other time-series data to close the loop from development to deployment of real-time, patient centric AI. See how complete datasets improve the accuracy of model fitting. Get the opportunity to work with sample models and data. Meet directly with world-renowned researchers and physicians to discuss their work through an interactive workshop featuring 5 hands-on stations.

Heather Hitchcock, Chief Marketing Officer, Medical Informatics Corp.

Ryan L Melvin, PhD, Principal Data Scientist and Assistant Professor. Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine, The University of Alabama at Birmingham

Parag Jain, MD, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Texas Children’s Hospital

Josh Hagood, Director of Information Technology, Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine, The University of Alabama at Birmingham

James Fackler, MD, Director of Safety, Quality, and Logistics, Johns Hopkins Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU), Johns Hopkins Medicine

13:00Workshops

Healthcare data: AI's biggest challenge: enabling the access, use and exchange of healthcare data

14:30

Delivered in partnership with BevelCloud and iSPI

LOCATION: ELIZABETHAN ROOM B

How to enable sharing of data from 1 million healthcare machines in all 500 children’s hospitals in the world? Key considerations include how to access diverse datasets to drive deep learning training, how to preserve privacy, and how to deploy the AI to the point of care

Moderator: Timothy Chou, PhD, Lecturer, Cloud Computing, Stanford University

Mirena Taskova, CIPP/E, CDPSE, Managing Director - Head of Privacy and Cybersecurity, Armanino LLC

Dr Alberto E Tozzi, Chief Innovation Officer and Research Area Coordinator, Bambino Gesù Children's Hospital

Charitha Reddy, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, Pediatrics - Cardiology, Lucile Packard Children's Hospital

Adam Gold, MBA, Chief Technology Officer, Children’s Health of Orange County (CHOC)

Fatme Charafeddine, MD, Pediatric Cardiologist and Electrophysiologist, American University of Beirut - Medical Center; KidsHeart Medical Center - UAE

Dr Darren Gates, Consultant Pediatric Intensivist, Intelligent Health Systems / AI Clinical Lead, Alder Hey Children’s Hospital

Coleman Hilton, MS, Research Informatics Manager, Shriner’s Hospitals for Children

Travis Shanahan, Chief Architect, BevelCloud

13:00Smart Health Expo

Smart Health Expo opens

17:00

14:30Smart Health Expo

Open networking in Smart Health Expo

16:00

Take some time to catch up with old friends and new acquaintances.


16:00Abstracts

Abstract competition

17:00

LOCATION: ELIZABETHAN ROOMS A, B AND C

AIMed’s popular abstract competition gives students and early career clinicians and data scientists the opportunity to briefly present posters to an esteemed panel of judges.

Given the fact that many of the abstracts we receive involve multiple different methodologies, for 2022 we will offer open submissions. 

Chair: Robert Hoyt MD, FACP, FAMIA, ABPM-CI, Associate Clinical Professor, in Department of Internal Medicine, Virginia Commonwealth University

Judges:

Yin Aphinyanaphongs, MD, PhD, Director, Operational Data Science and Machine Learning, NYU Langone Health

Sharief Taraman, MD, DABPN, DABPM, FAAP, Chief Medical Officer, Cognoa; Division Chief of General Pediatric Neurology, Children’s Health of Orange County

Ami Bhatt, MD, FACC, Chief Innovation Officer, American College of Cardiology

Randall C Wetzel, The Anne O'M Wilson Professor of Critical Care Medicine, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and Professor of Pediatrics and Anesthesiology, USC Keck School of Medicine

Alaa Youseff, PhD, Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Radiology, Stanford AIMI


19:30Networking

AI Champions Awards @620 Jones

00:00

Head down the road to the rooftop terrace at 620 Jones for our AI Champions celebration with drinks, food and live music! The AI Champions Awards are all about recognizing some of the great people and organizations that are helping to drive the agenda for artificial intelligence in healthcare.

The categories for 2022 are as follows:

AIMed Champion Clinician 2022, sponsored by Hank.AI

Awarded to the clinician who has done the most to support the health AI agenda

AIMed Champion Non-clinician 2022, sponsored by AIMed

Awarded to the non-clinician who has done the most to support the health AI agenda

AIMed Champion Leader 2022, sponsored by ADA Health

Awarded to the healthcare leader who has done the most to support the health AI agenda

AIMed Hospital/Institution of the Year 2022, sponsored by Luminex

Awarded to the hospital or institution which has done the most outstanding work in deployment of AI

AIMed Rising Star 2022, sponsored by Medscape

Awarded to the individual who has the greatest potential for the future


07:30Networking

Smart Health Expo opens // Breakfast in Smart Health Expo

08:30

Providing everyone with a nutritious breakfast and open networking to start the day.


08:30Keynote

Keynote Theater: Augmented intelligence for better delivery of care

08:45

John Halamka, MD, MS, President, Mayo Clinic Platform

Moderator: Dr Anthony Chang, Founder, AIMed and Chief Intelligence and Innovation Officer, Children’s Health of Orange County (CHOC)


08:45Keynote

Keynote Theater: CEO panel

09:45

Bringing together presidents and CEOs from the healthcare organizations at the forefront of AI deployment. The panel will reflect on the key strategic considerations required to deliver success in this space, as well as sharing their expectations for artificial intelligence in the coming months and years.

Nicole B Thomas, FACHE, President, Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville

David Lubarsky, MD, MBA, FASA, Vice Chancellor of Human Health Sciences and Chief Executive Officer, UC Davis Health

Jayme Strauss, RN, MSN, MBA, SCRN, Chief Clinical Officer, Viz.ai

Eric Eskioglu, MD, Executive Vice President, Chief Medical and Scientific Officer, Novant Health

Moderator: Dr Anthony Chang, Founder, AIMed and Chief Intelligence and Innovation Officer, Children’s Health of Orange County (CHOC)


09:45Keynote

Keynote Theater: AI and Radiology: A (potential) love story

10:00

This presentation will explore the common conceptions and misconceptions of how AI can fit into radiology - including ideas of diagnosis, workflow management, and staffing. The relationship between radiologists and AI will be discussed as one which can truly be love-love, not love-hate, if AI technology is developed, organized, and marketed correctly.

Ari Goldberg, MD, PhD, Director of Chest and Abdominal Imaging, Loyola University Health System

Moderator: Dr Anthony Chang, Founder, AIMed and Chief Intelligence and Innovation Officer, Children’s Health of Orange County (CHOC)


10:00Smart Health Expo

Smart Health Expo opens

12:00

Immerse yourself in the latest developments in health AI, with hands-on product demonstrations, live roundtables and focus groups, and much more

10:00Networking

Coffee in Smart Health Expo

10:30

10:30Talks

Action AI in breakout rooms

12:00

Be part of the drive to accelerate the deployment of AI in healthcare with practical workshops delivered by our prestigious partners.

10:30Workshops

Clinical applications of artificial intelligence: clinical workflow

12:00

Delivered in partnership with Stanford AIMI

LOCATION: CALIFORNIA ROOM

This session will deliver real use cases in the deployment of AI in clinical workflow. It will be split into three parts: project design, implementation, and evaluation.

Moderator: David Ouyang, MD, Physician Scientist and Cardiologist, Cedars-Sinai

Diego Ize-Ludlow, MD, Chief Health Information Officer, Intermountain Healthcare

Greg Nelson, AVP Analytics Services, Intermountain Healthcare

Louise Sun, MD, SM, FRCPC, FAHA, Cardiac Anesthesiologist and Clinician Scientist, Director of Big Data and Bioinformatics Research, University of Ottawa Heart Institute

Alexander Leichtle, MD, Consultant and Scientific Head, Center for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, University of Bern

Matthieu Komorowski, MD, PhD, Consultant in Intensive Care, Charing Cross Hospital Clinical Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College London

GQ Zhang, MS, PhD, Vice President and Chief Data Scientist, UTHealth

10:30Workshops

Operational applications of artificial intelligence: AI diversity, equity and inclusion

12:00

Delivered in partnership with ACAIM and Sonavi Labs

The role of artificial intelligence in improving health equity is complex. This session will be built around use cases from payer and provider organizations detailing how AI has been applied and the outcomes delivered.

LOCATION:ELIZABETHAN ROOM A

Moderator: Elsie Gyang Ross, MD, Vascular Surgeon and Research Scientist, Stanford Healthcare

Dennis P Wall, PhD, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Psychiatry and Biomedical Data Sciences, Stanford University

Ellington West, CEO, Sonavi Labs

Leo Anthony Celi, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Principal Research Scientist, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Marius Linguraru, DPhil, MA, MSc, Director, Precision Medical Imaging Group, Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation, Children's National Hospital

Thomas Osborne, MD, Director, National Center for Collaborative Healthcare Innovation; Chief Medical Informatics Officer, VA Palo Alto Health Care System

10:30Workshops

Key issues in AI: regulation and legal

12:00

Delivered in partnership with FDA

LOCATION: ELIZABETHAN ROOM C

Engaging regulators and startup founders with demonstrable experience of securing CE marks, FDA approval and so on.

Moderator: Sara Gerke, Assistant Professor of Law, Penn State Dickinson Law

Matthew Diamond, MD, PhD, Chief Medical Officer for Digital Health, Digital Health Center of Excellence, Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH), Office of Strategic Partnerships and Technology Innovation (OST), US Food and Drug Administration

Sharief Taraman, MD, DABPN, DABPM, FAAP, Chief Medical Officer, Cognoa; Division Chief of General Pediatric Neurology, Children’s Health of Orange County

Dr Stephen G Odaibo, MD, MS (Math), MS (Comp.Sci.), Founder and Chief Executive Officer, RETINA-AI Health, Inc, Retina Specialist, Board-Certified Ophthalmologist

Scott Thiel, MT (ASCP), RAC, Global Head of Regulatory Policy and Intelligence, Hologic

Justin Norden, MD, MBA, MPhil, Partner, GSR Ventures

10:30Workshops

AI strategy and delivery: operationalizing and scaling across the business

12:00

LOCATION: ELIZABETHAN ROOM D

Delivered in partnership with Exponential AI and MI10 

A key challenge for healthcare organizations across the world is adopting and scaling innovation. Alignment of operational and clinical strategies is critical in order for tech leaders to deliver success.

Moderator: Arlen Meyers, MD, MBA, President and CEO, Society of Physician Entrepreneurs (SoPE), Strategic Advisor, MI10

David Higginson, ACMA, CGMA, Executive Vice President / Chief Innovation Officer, Phoenix Children's Hospital

Nikhil Mendhi, Chief Operating Officer, Exponential AI

Caroline Chung, MD, MSc, FRCPC, CIP, Vice President, Chief Data Officer, MD Anderson Cancer Center

Eric Eskioglu, MD, Executive Vice President, Chief Medical and Scientific Officer, Novant Health

Karen B Seagraves, PhD, MPH, NEA-BC, APRN, FAHA, Enterprise Vice President Neurosciences, Atrium Health

Francisco Rhein, MD, System VP, IT Innovation and Digital Care Transformation, CommonSpirit Health

Tom Stanis, CEO, Story Health

Steve Ardire, MBA, Strategic Advisor, MI10

Paul Coyne, DNP, MBA, MSF, RN, AGPCNP-BC, Chief Nursing Informatics Officer, Hospital for Special Surgery

10:30Workshops

Healthcare data: anticipating vulnerabilities in data security

12:00

LOCATION: ELIZABETHAN ROOM B

Delivered in partnership with ASMGi.

This session will focus on security for AI in healthcare, and the role AI is playing in both managing breaches and anticipating vulnerabilities.

Moderator: Steven Roesing, PE, HISP, CRISC, President and CEO, ASMGi

Om Mahida, Product Manager, MedCrypt

Christian Dameff, MD, Medical Director of Cyber Security, UC San Diego Health

Dana Carter, Deputy Chief Information Security Officer, Sutter Health


12:00Networking

Lunch in Smart Health Expo

13:00

13:00Shark Tank

Shark Tank in keynote theater

14:00

A shark tank-style pitch session for AI start-ups who will present to a high level panel of healthcare VCs and industry experts.

Moderator: Steve Ardire, MBA, Strategic Advisor, MI10

Genevieve LeMarchal, Head of Healthcare Ventures, Expert Dojo

Justin Norden, Partner, GSR Ventures

Maya Menon, Senior Associate, SeedtoB


14:00Smart Health Expo

Open networking in Smart Health Expo

15:00

Your final opportunity to meet colleagues, exhibitors and partners in the exhibition area.


15:00Keynote

Keynote Theater: Emerging trends of AI in healthcare

16:00

What are the key trends to consider as we go forward with the implementation of artificial intelligence in healthcare organizations and systems? Considering topics such as wearables, digital twin, swarm learning, etc.

Matthew Lungren, MD, MPH, Associate Fellow, Stanford AIMI

Suchi Saria, PhD, Associate Professor of Machine Learning and Healthcare, Johns Hopkins University

David Golan, PhD, Co-founder and CTO, Viz.ai

Mona G Flores, MD, Global Head of Medical AI, NVIDIA Corporation

Michael Howell, MD, MPH, Chief Clinical Officer and Deputy Chief Health Officer, Google Health

David Gruen, MD, MBA, FACR, Chief Medical Officer, IBM Watson Health Imaging; Radiologist, Jefferson Radiology, Connecticut

Davy Cheng, MD, FRCPC, FCAHS, DGAI, CCPE, Founding Dean & Presidential Chair Professor, School of Medicine, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen)

Moderator: Dr Anthony Chang, Founder, AIMed and Chief Intelligence and Innovation Officer, Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC)

15:00Smart Health Expo

Smart Health Expo closes

15:00

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