Notable Perspectives features interviews with healthcare leaders who are challenging the status quo. Hosted by Dr. Aaron Neinstein, a practicing physician and the Chief Medical Officer for Notable, each episode offers thought-provoking insights on how to redefine what’s possible for patients, providers, and staff.
#15 - Eric Topol: Actualizing the opportunity with advanced AI
Dr. Eric Topol, Executive Vice President at Scripps Research, talks about using advanced AI to restore the doctor-patient relationship, moving from vision to reality with GPT-4 and multimodal AI, and much more. “Obviously we’re still very early, but you can see the exciting pluripotency that lies ahead.”
#14 - Michael Hasselberg: Generative AI is the future
Dr. Michael Hasselberg, Chief Digital Health Officer at the University of Rochester Medical Center, talks about lessons learned from having early access to GPT-4, how his health system tackled the patient messaging challenge using advanced AI technology, and more. “Generative AI is the future. It’s probably the biggest technology advancement since the birth of the Internet.”
#13 - Ilana Golbin: Responsible AI and its application in healthcare
Ilana Golbin, Director and Responsible AI Lead at PwC, helps us define responsible AI, understand how organizations should approach it, explores its application in healthcare, and more. “I don’t believe, at all, that a good governance program is a hindrance to innovation. I think it’s an accelerant for innovation.”
#12 - Mona Baset: Generative AI, LLMs and the future of healthcare
Mona Baset, Vice President, Digital Services at Intermountain Health, shares thoughts on the consumer experience of healthcare, the role of Design Thinking in the industry, the impact of advanced AI, ChatGPT and large language models, and more. “I do believe that generative AI, LLMs, all of that, is truly going to be one of the biggest inventions of our lifetimes.”
#11 - Kevin Huang: AI, machine learning and large language models in healthcare
“Large language models allow the machine to essentially read through a large, large number of documents very quickly. So we're talking, thousands or millions of documents, in a very short amount of time, to find a needle in the haystack out of a large patient population.” Kevin Huang, Head of Data and Machine Learning at Notable, breaks down some of the most buzzworthy terms and complex concepts in the field of artificial intelligence and explains how each applies to healthcare.
#10 - Bri Buch: Healthcare's ‘human band aid’ approach no longer works
“In healthcare, we often take a human band-aid and put them between two different disparate systems, and that's another great use case for automation where it can ease the flow of information without needing to take another FTE or staff member.” Bri Buch, Head of Patient Access Solutions at Notable, shares her views on what patient access in healthcare looks like today versus what it should look like, and she explores common pitfalls that healthcare organizations encounter when looking to implement automation technology.
Great Healthcare Interviews!!!
Love to hear thought leaders give their take on digital transformative in healthcare.