The Partnership for Artificial Intelligence, Automation and Robotics in Healthcare (PATH) is an alliance of stakeholders working together to improve care and build efficiencies through the use of AI, telehealth, biotechnology, and robotics. These technologies have already transformed banking, aviation, and entertainment allowing each to grow, provide higher-quality products, lower costs, and provide consumers greater choice.

Faced with spiraling costs, increased demands, and decreasing resources, healthcare desperately needs innovation.  But innovation alone does not equal adoption or use.  PATH and its members are working to gain the support of decision makers — healthcare providers, regulators, payers, and consumers.  PATH is moving the field beyond research and pilot projects and lay out a pathway for the integration and use of these advanced technologies in the worldwide ecosystem of medicine.

Industry News from around the web

  • Remote Cardiac Monitor Data and Artificial Intelligence:... 20 Jun 2019 04:43 SF Gate Remote Cardiac Monitor Data and Artificial Intelligence: Transforming Clinical Applications for Heart Patients Artificial intelligence has the potential to transform cardiology care, but only time will tell if machine learning’s capabilities will have a …
  • Eight-hour working week best for wellbeing: Study 19 Jun 2019 21:46 The New Zealand Herald You may think you're overworked and underpaid and a recent study might just prove that you are right. According to new research, working just one day a week, or eight hours total gives you the most mental and physical health benefits of fulltime …
  • Sorbonne University launches its Center for Artificial Intelligence 19 Jun 2019 15:41 Science|Business On June 18, 2019, Sorbonne University inaugurated the Sorbonne Center for Artificial Intelligence (SCAI). Gérard Biau, professor at the Laboratory of Probability, Statistics and Modeling1, is the director. Below, he sheds light on the missions and …
  • ‘Eight hours’ work a week most effective employment dose for mental well-being’ 19 Jun 2019 10:04 Andover Advertiser Just one day of work per week is the most “effective dose” to give the mental health benefits of paid employment, research suggests. A study indicated that the risk of mental health problems reduces by 30% when people move from unemployment or stay-at-home …
  • Mental health researchers say we should only work eight hours a week 19 Jun 2019 09:45 Metro Cafe Eight hours a week is the ‘optimal dose’ of employment for your mental health (Getty Images)You may think you’re overworked and underpaid and science would say you’re right. According to new research, we should all be working just eight hours – or one day …



PATH members know that innovative 21st Century technology is transforming healthcare delivery.  Coming from medicine, technology, academia, government, and finance they share a conviction that, to be successful, you must stay on top of these developments and how they can be integrated within existing healthcare systems.Membership in PATH comes with benefits and opportunities including registrations for our annual summit, access to the Healthcare Transformation Journal, our online newsletter as well as many policy and networking activities.  PATH prepares you for the future.  Join us today.


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