AI and how it fits into Healthcare – Transforming medicine and improving patient outcomes
You don’t need to be in the medical sector to attend our ‘AI and How it Fits into Healthcare' event, join us to hear about the good AI can do.
AI is progressively playing a massive part in healthcare, and we have a range of fantastic speakers hosted by our committee chair, Charlotte Lewis.
She is joined by Dr Noura Al Moubayed, whose research projects focus on applying machine learning and deep learning solutions in solving various healthcare problems. Andre Fialho, who leads the product team at MySense, supporting the launch of their AI-powered wellbeing analytics platform, he also co-founded Pact Care, a platform connecting patients to healthcare providers, and Niels Peek who is Professor of Health Informatics at the University of Manchester. He has a background in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, and his research focuses on translational data science for clinical risk prediction, personalised and precision medicine, patient safety, and multimorbidity.
Our team of panellists will have an open debate covering how AI is It's providing information extremely quickly but how there is still very much a need for the human touch. This, and the new guidance that has been launched to help adopters of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology learn what regulations to follow and how to evaluate effectiveness.
About the Speakers:
An award winning commercial and technology lawyer specialising in the health and care sector, Charlotte advises health and care organisations on legal, commercial and strategic issues relating to commissioning, contracting and collaborating. Having worked on a range of health and social care projects from system and place based integration and provider collaboration to electronic patient record procurements and digital health platform development, Charlotte works in partnership with clients to help them to navigate complex issues in order to deliver the desired outcome.
Charlotte is an advocate for innovation and transformation in the sector and in addition to her legal role at Mills & Reeve she proudly chairs pro-Manchester’s healthcare committee, co-leads One HealthTech’s Manchester hub and is an elected member of techUK’s Health and Social Care Council.
Andre Fialho has over 10 years of expertise in the intersection between AI and healthcare. He currently leads the product team at MySense.ai, supporting the launch of their AI-powered wellbeing analytics platform. Earlier, he co-founded Pact Care, a platform connecting patients to healthcare providers, and served as a Strategy and M&A Director at Philips Healthcare. Andre earned his Ph.D. in Bioengineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Instituto Superior Tecnico, with a thesis on AI-based decision support in intensive care units. Above all, Andre is driven to enhance healthcare using AI.
Dr Al Moubayed is an Associate Professor at the department of computer science at Durham University, and Head of Applied Machine Learning and AI at Evergreen Life, with over 10 years’ experience in Machine Learning. Her main research interest is in Explainable Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, and Multimodal learning. Her research projects focus on applying machine learning and deep learning solutions in solving various healthcare problems, such as building risk models for A&E (re)admission, liver and kidney failure for chemotherapy patients, hypertension, depression, skin lesion classification amongst others. She leads multiple projects in collaboration with different industrial partners with a team of over 15 researchers. Her research received several media coverages (e.g., BBC, ITV, Time Magazine, and Wired Magazine) and she was ranked amongst the top 20 women in AI in the UK by RE•WORK 2019.
Niels Peek is Professor of Health Informatics at the University of Manchester. He has a background in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, and his research focuses on translational data science for clinical risk prediction, personalised and precision medicine, patient safety, and multimorbidity. He is the former President of the Society for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, and a fellow of the American College of Medical Informatics (ACMI), and the International Academy of Health Sciences Informatics (IAHSI). Since 2021, he directs the Christabel Pankhurst Institute for Health Technology Research and Innovation, which promotes needs-led health technology research and innovation and provides end-to-end support for translation of new technologies into healthcare practice.