Artificial Intelligence at the intersection of IoT – and how it will impact healthcare and life-sciences sectors. The IoT Community predict that by 2020, sophisticated, machine learning and AI algorithms will play a significant role in healthcare / life sciences, resulting in transformation of the way providers organize patient pathways and / or treatment plans, providing medical practitioners with invaluable information needed to make better informed decisions, leading to better patient outcomes. In this panel session, with the experts from Zebra Technology, Exostar, T-Systems and SAS, you will get actionable insights to open new pathways to Healthcare excellence.
The panel will discuss the following how IoT and AI in healthcare is enabling:
- Transformation of mining medical records: Collecting data, storing it, normalizing it, tracing its lineage and actioning it
- Enhancing Treatment Plans: Analyzing meaning and context of structured / unstructured data in clinical notes that may be critical to selecting a treatment pathways
- Advanced precision medicine: Identifying patterns in data sets of genetic information and medical records, looking for mutations and linkages to disease.
- New drug creation – Streamlining processes to root out therapies from a database of molecular structures to combat diseases
The panellists will be available to answer questions from the audience before we conclude the session. We will share our experience and thoughts to support you in current and future IoT initiatives. Bring your questions.
Ian Gertler – CEO at Symplegades & IoT Community Advisory Board Member is an experienced marketing, communications, editorial and digital strategy executive that has focused on connecting the dots between people, processes and technology throughout his career — ranging from industry leading organizations like Cisco, IBM, 1-800-FLOWERS.com, the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and Special Olympics to start-ups that have redefined the norms, including many years as the founder and CMO of Symplegades. Along the way, he has forged relationships with world-class partners and pushed the limits with emerging technologies teams to create rewarding and valuable experiences that make a true impact on people’s lives. Ian attended the State University of New York and currently serves in a variety of Board & advisory capacities — including the Internet of Things Community organization. Referred to as a ‘strategic SWAT team’ by a Fortune 500 CEO, he has garnered many accolades including the Forbes Top 50 CMOs by Social Influence and Top 100 Digital Transformation Influencers lists.
As Chief Technology Officer at Exostar, Dipto Chakravarty is responsible for the strategic design, software engineering, and ongoing innovation of the company’s technology infrastructure, operations, and delivery. Dipto brings a diverse set of information security skills and experiences to Exostar. Dipto has a track record of success in the development and re-engineering of solutions in the security field, spanning identity management, cybersecurity, and threat remediation, among others. He possesses deep domain expertise in software-as-a-service, cloud, mobile, and Internet of Things technologies, leveraging them to drive revenue and consistently win industry awards. Dipto’s portfolio includes 11 patents, several best-selling books, and high-profile speaking engagements.
Chris Sullivan is the Global Healthcare Practice Lead for Zebra Technologies and is responsible for the strategy and marketing functions for the Healthcare vertical business. Chris began his career with Cardinal Health in 1993 and spent 16 years in sales, marketing, operations, and strategy leadership positions with Cardinal Health. In 2008, Chris joined W.W. Grainger to lead the strategy formation and creation of its Healthcare business. While at W.W. Grainger, he created an industry first business model – designed around the Environment of Care regulatory standards – and distinguished by its innovation, marketplace differentiation, and commercial success. Chris is a Board of Directors member and quality control committee chairperson for Chicago-based Swedish Covenant Hospital. He also has served as a Board member for the Healthcare Supply Chain Research Consortium, and the 10,000 Villages organization.
Denise Hatzidakis has a background which combines an entrepreneurial instinct, in-depth technical skill, enterprise experience (IBM, Deutsche Bank, Premier Healthcare) and a strong reputation for developing, leading and motivating cross-functional teams at all levels. With 20+ years in technology as a developer, architect, and leader, I am a proven senior technology leader recognized for establishing the technical vision and leading cross-functional teams. I have a solid record of delivering complex, high risk, innovative projects. An accomplished IT Executive and decisive leader of strategic technical initiatives, uniquely qualified to interface with business and technology; developing technology roadmaps and leading implementations to ensure IT investments provide the appropriate business value.
Jim Sabogel – Senior Director for Healthcare and Life Sciences at T-Systems North America, Inc. is an experienced Executive with over 20 years in the Enterprise Software, Life Sciences, Healthcare, and Manufacturing industry. He leads the T-Systems North America Healthcare and Life Sciences vertical. He has been engaging with clients on DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION through numerous projects leveraging: Cloud, Big Data, and IoT. He has a background and experience in Clinical Development; Supply Chain Management; Manufacturing; CRM (Sales and Service); IoT; Big Data / Analytics; Cloud Computing; Blockchain, and Regulatory Standards. He is leading the effort for applying IoT for various businesses that use SAP, Oracle and Microsoft solutions.
Dr. Mark Wolff, Advisory Industry Consultant, SAS has over 25 years of experience in the health and life science industries as a scientist and analyst working in the U.S. and Europe. Mark joined SAS in 2005 and is an Advisory Industry Consultant and Chief Health and Life Science Analytics Strategist for the SAS Global IoT Division. Mark’s areas of expertise include the development and application of advanced and predictive analytics in healthcare and life sciences with a particular interest in outcomes and safety. Current work focuses on methods and application of Machine Learning to real time sensor/IoT data in support of outcomes and safety research, visualization and development of intelligent, decision support systems. Prior to joining SAS Mark held a variety of research and leadership positions in academia, government and industry. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Loyola College in Maryland, a Master of Science in Entomology and a Doctorate in Toxicology from North Carolina State University.
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