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September 21, 2022 |12:00 p.m. - 2:30 pm ET

Connected Care:
Digital Health, Wearables & Connectivity -
Artificial Intelligence: Data Capture, Curation, Utilization & Protection


September 21, 2022

Artificial Intelligence - Data Capture, Curation, Utilization & Protection

Artificial intelligence algorithms have proved to be as good or better than physicians at reading scans or images of biopsy samples.  AI is also used in clinical decision support, cognitive behavior therapy, to assist surgical robots, to detect treatment mistakes and workflow inefficiencies, and for the earlier identification of patient risks.

What is the real – as opposed to the fanciful – promise of AI in healthcare, and how will it change the way that medicine is practiced?  What are the obstacles and potential pitfalls? What will medical practice in 2030 look like?

FDA has approved some assistive algorithms, but still struggles with the appropriate risk assessment and regulatory framework for artificial intelligence generally, particularly machine learning algorithms that changes themselves as they acquire new data.

In this webinar, we will look at:

  • Where AI has been applied in medical devices to date, and what lessons can be learned from that
  • Given the current uncertainties of the marketplace and regulation, when might the regulatory underpinnings of this change?
  • What should medical device makers do to incorporate AI into their products going forward?



Joe Lewilling
Sr. Advisor on Content & Strategy

Pat Baird

Pat Baird
Regulatory Head of Global Software Standards

Jesse Ehrenfeld

Jesse Ehrenfeld, M.D.
AI Committee Co-Chair, AMMI
Professor of Anesthesiology, Medical College of Wisconsin

Nate Carrington (INVITED)
Head of Digital Health & Innovation Global Regulatory Policy & Intelligence
Roche Diagnostics

Robert Jarrin

Robert Jarrin
Strategic Advisor
Digital Medicine Payment Advisory Group member
American Medical Association

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