Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its applications are popping up across the medical system. There is no doubt that AI is going to have a profound effect on healthcare delivery.
On Tuesday, December 5 at 6pm, the Center for Communication in Medicine will present the next SpeakSooner Community Education Program, “Healthcare Communication in the Age of Artificial Intelligence: How Do We Sustain the Human Side of Medicine?”. The webinar will focus on the current thinking about this emerging technology.
Panelists for the program include: Lidia Schapira, MD, Stanford Medicine oncologist; Jason Touhey, DO, Berkshire Health physician and chief informatics officer; Noah Prizant, Duke University medical student; Adele Jasperse, JD, MBE, attorney and faculty, Harvard Medical School Center for Bioethics; Bruce Nash, MD, MBE, President, Catamount Advisors and former Senior VP of Health and Medical Management for BCBS of MA; Mary Smith, cancer patient and nurse; and everyday people. This will lead to a timely discussion about the role of AI in the diagnosis and treatment of patients and the challenge of sustaining the human side of medicine.
The webinar is free to all. You can register on our website SpeakSooner.org.