AI and service design in focus at annual MAYO-KI meeting
AI and service design was the focus of the innovation sessions at the 23rd Annual Scientific Research Meeting between Mayo Clinic, Karolinska Institutet and Karolinska University Hospital.
How can AI address clinical needs? How to accelerate development and implementation of AI tools in healthcare? And how can service design help healthcare to focus on solving the most relevant problems for significant impact?
Program 7 September: AI in healthcare
AI-based health care products
Welcome, introduction Drs. Lilian Wikström, Julie Henry, Carl Johan Sundberg (KI)
Prognostics: PATHFx–- an adaptive clinical decision support in orthopedic oncology
Dr. Rikard Wedin (KI)
Lexplore: Screening for dyslexia using eye tracking during reading
Dr. Mattias Nilsson (KI)
Northern Lights: A novel approach to select the best individual antidepressant treatment
Dr. Stefan Spulber (KI)
HealthiHabits: How Artificial Intelligence Transforms Health Care and Medicine
Dr. Christian Guttmann (KI)
Computerized history taking
Dr. Kajsa Mullersdorf (KI)
How can AI address clinical needs?
Dr. Carl Johan Sundberg (KI)
Future radiology: from human eye to A-eye and even AI
Dr. Juhana Hakumäki, Director Medical Imaging and Physiology
AI in radiotherapy: Next generation treatment planner
Dr. Peter Söderman, Innovation Program Manager, Center for Innovation, Karolinska University Hospital
I-AID - Accelerating AI development and implementation in Healthcare. Setting up an environment for AI at Karolinska University Hospital and SLL
Dr.Tomas Borgegård, Innovations Program Manager, Center for Innovation, Karolinska University Hospital
Dr. Carl Johan Sundberg, presenters
Mayo Clinic Interests in Artificial Intelligence
Christopher Ross (MC), Chief Information Officer, Mayo Clinic
Program 8 September: Design thinking in healthcare
Introduction: Innovation from within a hospital
Stefan Vlachos, Head, Center for Innovation, Karolinska University Hospital
How do we use design thinking in healthcare innovation?
Anna Thies, Senior Healthcare Service Designer at the Center for Innovation, Karolinska University Hospital
Photo above: Jule Henry (Mayo Clinic), Christian Guttmann (KI), Juhana Hakumäki (K) and Rikard Wedin (KI).
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