When: March 26-29
Where: Omni Nashville Hotel, Nashville, TN
Booth Location: 27
Events On Site:
Roundtable Discussion with Joseph Zabinski, PhD, MEM
Tuesday, March 28 @ noon – 1 p.m. CST.
From machine learning to neural networks and ChatGPT, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is changing what’s possible in medical research and at the point of care. These tools can help synthesize enormous amounts of patient data into powerful, flexible models to identify hidden patterns, predict health outcomes, and help improve decision-making. AI-based technologies are already being used to find underdiagnosed and undertreated patients, support treatment decisions, and close gaps in screening and diagnosis. At the same time, providers and patients have real concerns on what AI systems have been validated and are actually useful – and trustworthy – in supporting evidence-based medical decisions.
Led by Dr. Joseph Zabinski, Senior Director of AI & Personalized Medicine at OM1, this round table will bring together experienced medical affairs professionals to explore concrete AI applications through a moderated discussion on:
AI tools, methods, and models
What’s overhyped and where to find low-hanging fruit
Real-world applications for improving medical strategy, boosting treatment guideline adherence, and patient outcomes
By joining the discussion, you’ll have the opportunity to share your experiences, concerns, and hopes for the current and future state of AI for supporting medical affairs strategies and decision-making.