As the healthcare industry moves toward value-based care, payers are increasingly concerned with clinical outcomes. Health plans are finding that they need to leverage all clinical and administrative data, in addition to claims data, to improve member health and optimize reimbursement within value-based payment models. Harmonizing data across the healthcare continuum presents a significant challenge due to the variety of disconnected data elements that must be connected to get a true 360-degree view of member health. Before healthcare organizations can effectively benefit from the data’s value, the data itself needs to be normalized to achieve semantic interoperability.
The role that Artificial Intelligence is starting to play in the analysis of medical images is transitioning from one of controversy and the threat of displacing radiologist’s jobs to one of being a critical advance in helping them meet the demand for timely and accurate analysis of ever-more prevalent and complex imaging studies. This webinar will explore the advances, challenges, future, and most importantly, the implications and actions for healthcare stakeholders to consider when employing AI in medical research and clinical practice.
Dr. Ileana Hanganu-Opatz begins with a brief introduction to the Institute for Developmental Neurophysiology and its main focus: the investigation of the origin and significance of oscillatory brain activity during postnatal development in mice.
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