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Imaging Informatics Summit Highlights Impact of AI Technologies on Patient Care

By Medimaging International staff writers
Posted on 10 Sep 2019
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Image: A demonstration featuring ACR AI-LAB will allow Summit attendees to gain a better understanding of how radiologists can use ACR AI-LAB tools to learn the basics of AI and participate in the creation, evaluation and use of health care AI (Photo courtesy of ACR).
Image: A demonstration featuring ACR AI-LAB will allow Summit attendees to gain a better understanding of how radiologists can use ACR AI-LAB tools to learn the basics of AI and participate in the creation, evaluation and use of health care AI (Photo courtesy of ACR).
The 2019 Imaging Informatics Summit organized by the American College of Radiology {(ACR) Reston, VA, USA} will be held in Washington, D.C., USA, on October 5–6, 2019, and will focus on the role that artificial intelligence (AI) and data can play in improving patient care. The event is attended by radiologists, technologists, practice leaders, policymakers, quality organization representatives, federal agency representatives and congressional staff seeking to explore new and innovative strategies for implementing AI in their practice. The attendees discover strategies for implementing AI in their practice with new, innovative solutions and overcoming the regulatory hurdles to AI.

At the 2019 Imaging Informatics Summit, an onsite demonstration lab featuring ACR AI-LAB will allow the attendees to gain a better understanding of how radiologists can use ACR AI-LAB tools to learn the basics of AI and participate in the creation, evaluation and use of health care AI.

The keynote speech will be presented by Regina Barzilay, PhD, a professor of electrical engineering and computer science and member of the computer science and AI laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. It will highlight the latest trends in deep learning models that use imaging, free text and structured data to advance early diagnosis, treatment and disease prevention. Additionally, there are six plenary sessions and a faculty of 16 distinguished AI researchers who will provide insights into relevant topics, such as the current state of AI in clinical practice, ACR AI-LAB concepts and demonstration, how enterprise imaging intersects enterprise AI development, update on regulatory and reimbursement challenges with AI, data access, privacy and security, and optimizing the IT supply chain to deploy AI in the clinical workflow.

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