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Exploring New Opportunities for Innovation in Healthcare Cork City
January 23, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and Decision Support: Exploring New Opportunities for Innovation in Healthcare
Decision making in the modern healthcare system presents serious challenges: How AI can we ensure positive outcomes for patients? How do we maximize limited resources? Are there better ways to care for people? The questions cannot be easily answered without examining existing data.
Machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) techniques can yield useful insights into existing and improved care processes. Hosted by Health Information Systems Research Centre (hisrc.com) at the Department of Business Information Systems, University College Cork in collaboration with OneHealthTech Ireland, this event will promote conversations to explore some possible paths leveraging ML/AI and modern decision support to enhance decision making in healthcare.
5.45 pm – Registration
6.00 pm – Welcome from OHT Hub lead & sponsors
6.10 pm – Shona Darcy (Kids SpeechLabs) – The challenges of building patient-focused AI applications
6.25 pm – Dr Simon Woodworth and Dr Mary Daly – Measuring Whole Body Vibration Exposure in a Naval / Search and Rescue Set: Aims and Challenges
6.40 pm – Dr Karen Neville – “Testing an Emergency Management Decision Support System with Practitioner-Driven Scenarios” (SHELP Project – EU Project)
6.55 pm – Dr Alexander Davy Consultant Anaesthetist & Director of @AcutePics clinical analytics (NHS Belfast)
7.10 pm – Marc O’Regan – Technologist & CTO, Dell EMC Ireland
7.20 pm – Aoife Ni Mhuirí, Founder & CEO, Salaso Health
7.30 pm — Food, drinks & networking
7.55 pm — Wrap up & community shout out
One HealthTech is a network that supports and promotes women and other underrepresented groups in health innovation. We acknowledge and champion the need and importance for better inclusion of all backgrounds, skill sets and disciplines in health and technology. We believe that different perspectives must be given a greater role in healthcare design, in order to build a health system that works for everyone.
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