Vanderbilt Health hosting one-day program focused on healthcare AI
Scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. CDT and end at 5 p.m. September 20, the in-person event is sponsored by the Brock Family Center of Applied Innovation.
Vanderbilt University is hosting the inaugural “Healthcare Artificial Intelligence (AI) Session” (HAIS 23) on September 20 in the Langford Auditorium at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
Scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. CDT and end at 5 p.m., the event is sponsored by the Brock Family Center of Applied Innovation at Vanderbilt Health. According to the announcement, the Center engages, catalyzes, and enables a glide path for Vanderbilt innovators and for external start-up companies, with support for the evaluation of commercial potential, and the formation of impactful businesses related broadly to medical care and health.
The in-person event is designed for professionals with business interests in healthcare AI to attend and learn from academic leaders and innovators in the AI healthcare space. Speakers include:
- Russ Blattner, Blattner Technologies;
- Todd McCullough, Ampersand Partners with Caleb Dixon of Switchpoint Ventures and Reed Smith of Ardent Health;
- Rick Abramson, Annalise-AI;
- Joan Butters, XSOLIS;
- Jan Schlueter, Darvis;
- Edmund Jackson, UnityAI;
- Brian Moyer, The Innovation Studio with Charlie Apigian of the Belmont Data Collaborative, Jesse Spencer-Smith of Vanderbilt University, and Fortune Mhlanga, Meharry Medical College;
- AJ Venkatakrishnan, nfrerence;
- Jules White, Vanderbilt University; and
- Peter Embi, Laurie Novak, and Jeff Carr from Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
There is no cost to attend. To register, click here.