Responsible AI: Streamlining care enterprise wide

Tuesday, April 23rd, 2024 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CT

Healthcare is buzzing about AI's potential to support care delivery teams and improve patient outcomes. While many health system executives are optimistic about how advancements in technology will move their organizations forward, they're equally cautious about making investments when resources are strained and the market is crowded. 

However, health systems that have prioritized the right partnerships are seeing early results in better coordinating patient care. In this session, leaders from Jackson Health System and Cooper University Health Care will share what drove their decision to commit to AI integration and the improvements they're seeing as a result. 

Key learning points:
  • Understand health systems' perspectives on current opportunities + barriers in AI
  • Define "responsible" AI and why it's important to work with tech partners that abide by these standards
  • Hear real-world results from health systems using this approach


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Snehal V. Gandhi, MD

Chief Medical Information Officer and Medical Director of Hospital Medicine at Cooper University Health Care

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Alex Vasserman DNP, RN, CPHIMS

Corporate Director of Business Continuity and Informatics at Jackson Health System Miami


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Prem Batchu-Green

Vice President, Clinical at