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Putting Digital Health Into Practice | CTA – DiMe Seminar Series: Addressing Bias in the Evolving Landscape of AI in Health Care


Date/Time

February 16, 2022

Panelists

Sarah Awan

Equity Fellow with CEO Action for Racial Equity; Senior Manager, PwC

Carol McCall

Chief Health Analytics Officer, Closed AI

Milissa Campbell

Managing Director, Health Insights Lead, NTT DATA Services

Moderator

Ami Bhatt

Chief Innovation Officer at American College of Cardiology; Director, MassGen Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program

Discussion Topic

Putting Digital Health Into Practice | CTA – DiMe Seminar Series: Addressing Bias in the Evolving Landscape of AI in Health Care

The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) and Digital Medicine Society (DiMe) partnered to co-host a two-part seminar series focused on solutions to the most pressing challenges impeding the successful digitization of healthcare at scale. Listen in as leading experts from healthcare and technology came together to deliver ‘real talk’ on Addressing Bias in the Evolving Landscape of AI in Health Care

This session explored the role of bias related to the use of data for AI in health care solutions and how clinicians, tech companies, and other stakeholders are learning mitigation approaches as the AI landscape evolve

Panelists:

  • Sarah Awan, Equity Fellow with CEO Action for Racial Equity; Senior Manager, PwC
  • Milissa Campbell, Managing Director, Health Insights Lead, NTT DATA Services 
  • Carol McCall, Chief Health Analytics Officer, Closed AI

Moderator: 

  • Ami Bhatt, MD, Chief Innovation Officer, American College of Cardiology; Director, MassGen Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program

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