HIMSSCast: What CIOs need to know now about AI’s data problem

Artificial intelligence faces many challenges in the healthcare industry. This week’s guest will address three: AI’s data problem, AI and the right to health, and what executives and clinicians need to know about AI right now.

This week’s guest is Ryan Sousa, vice president of data and analytics/AI at Pivot Point Consulting, a Vaco Company, and chief data and analytics officer at Children’s Minnesota.

With more than 30 years of experience in data innovation across multiple industries including healthcare, he has served as the senior vice president for two start-ups acquired by Amazon and Nokia. More recently, Ryan led the analytics transformation at Seattle Children’s as their chief data and analytics officer.


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Talking points:

  • Artificial intelligence’s data problem.

  • What AI’s data problem means for the future of health IT.

  • How AI can satisfy or even solve the right to health.

  • What healthcare provider organizations need to know today about leveraging AI in the future.

  • What AI in healthcare will look like five years from today.

More about this episode:

Tackling healthcare AI’s bias, regulatory and inventorship challenges

HCA working with Google Cloud on clinical generative AI

Where generative AI can make headway in healthcare

Three steps healthcare organizations can take to use generative AI responsibly

HIMSSCast: What the C-suite needs to know about generative AI’s disruptive effects

Generative AI ‘not reliable yet,’ says Mayo Clinic’s John Halamka

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