Clinician Series: AI in Medicine – Surgery and Procedural Virtual Event



Clinician Series: AI in Medicine – Surgery and Procedural Virtual Event

Surgery, ICU and Neurosciences
30-31 MARCH 2021

Clinician series: AI in medicine CME-accredited meeting for those specializing in surgery, ICU, anesthetics, ER, and varying therapeutic areas.

This multi-track CME-accredited meeting will see healthcare executives and clinicians who specialise in surgery, ICU, anesthetics, ER, pulmonology, gastroenterology, OB-GYN, neurosciences and psychiatry.

Benefit from a blend of keynotes, panels, roundtables, use cases and real time challenges showcasing the applications of AI in surgery and procedural subspecialties.


A multi-track #CMEaccredited meeting for #healthcareexecutives & #clinicians specializing in #surgery, #ICU, #anesthetics, #ER, #pulmonology, #gastroenterology, #OBGYN, #neurosciences & #psychiatry | #clinicianseries .@AIMedHQ


Clinician Series: Surgery, ICU and Neurosciences | AIMed

The event Tracks include:

  • Healthcare executives/administrators and AI
  • Surgery
  • ICU/anesthesia/ER/pulmonology
  • Gastroenterology
  • OB-GYN
  • Neurosciences/psychiatry

All tracks will focus on the practical implementation of AI and will cover key topics including data and databasesmachine and deep learning, real-use case studies and patient experience of AI.


For more information, to view the speakers and to book your tickets now click here.


WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

These Clinician Series: AI in Medicine virtual conferences bring together clinicians working in aligned subspecialties with healthcare executives and industry to drive forward the deployment of AI in healthcare.


For instance, healthcare executives such as (CEO, COO, CSO, CMO, CIO, CCIO, CMIO, CDO), payors, surgeons, critical care consultants, anesthetists, ER physicians, pulmonologists, gastroenterologists, OB-GYN consultants, neuroscientists, psychiatrists, data scientists, researchers and policy makers.

WHY ATTEND?

Hear keynotes from world renowned thought leaders.

Different tracks focused specifically on data and applications of Machine Learning and Deep Learning in your sub-specialties.

Dedicated track for healthcare executives.

Listen to real use cases of AI in development and deployment.


Look at the agenda, see who is speaking and sign up via this button



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Embracing AI in Healthcare and Medicine. Founded by @AnthonyChangMD, CIIO @chocchildrens. The AIMed Portfolio includes Publications & Events for Clinicians and C-suite executives.

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