2018 PATH Summit

September 30th – October 2nd, 2018 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, DC.

21st Century technology to transform healthcare delivery

Artificial intelligence, automation, robotics, and telehealth are transforming healthcare delivery and healthcare systems worldwide. PATH is the new and exciting premier organization promoting the convergence of 21st Century technology to transform healthcare delivery.

PATH’s 2018 Summit included opportunities to learn how to integrate these technologies into new and existing healthcare services; meet and network with relevant thought-leaders from across the globe; and see and interact with the innovative entrepreneurs and their products that are now available. 

2018 summit agenda​

2:304:00Exhibitor set-up 
4:004:45OPENING SESSION 
  WelcomeJonathan D. Linkous, Mary Ann Liebert
  KEYNOTE:Our AI Future in Healthcare: A Physicians PerspectiveChristine Cassel, MD, Professor, UCSF,
former President, American Board of
Internal Medicine, former President
and CEO, National Quality Forum
4:456:15NETWORKING RECEPTION (cash bar) 
7:30 8:30 CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST
8:30 8:45 Introduction for the Day Jonathan D. Linkous, CEO, PATH
8:45 10:00 OPENING KEYNOTES: Setting the Stage
KEYNOTE: Tomorrow’s Healthcare Delivery System Jay H. Sanders, M.D., FACP, FACAAI, FATA, CEO, The Global Telemedicine Group and Professor of Medicine (Adjunct) Johns Hopkins
KEYNOTE: The Intersection  of Robotics, AI and Telehealth Yulun Wang, Founder, Chairman and Chief Innovation Officer, InTouch Health
10:00 10:30  COFFEE BREAK
10:30 11:00  PANEL: Successful AI Applications – What Have We Learned from Imaging AI in Radiology?
 Lessons Learned in Computer Aided Diagnosis  Seong K. Mun, PhD, Director, Arlington Innovation Center for Health Research, Virginia Tech, CEO OSHEHRA
 Computer Aided Diagnosis in Prostate MRI: Results from a Global Study  Peter Choyke, MD, Director of Molecular Imaging, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health
 Machine Learning in Feature Space — Adding New Dimensions to Imaging Research  Fred Prior, PhD, Chair of Bioinformatics, University of Arkansas
 Artificial Intelligence in Diagnostic Imaging: Hype, Reality, and Future Directions  Eliot Siegel, MD, Vice Chair of Information Systems and Associate Vice Chair, Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, University of Maryland School of Medicine
11:45 1:15  BUFFET LUNCH and Exhibitor Introductions
1:15  2:00  PANEL: Two Perspectives on Digital Health from Two Digital Giants
 IBM’s Priorities in the Future of Digital Health Kyu Rhee, MD, MPP, Vice President and Chief Health Officer, IBM Corporation and IBM Watson Health
 GE’s Priorities in the Future of Digital Health  Travis Frosch, Senior Director, Analytics, GE Healthcare
 2:00  2:30  KEYNOTE: Updates from the National Coordinator for Health IT  Don Rucker, MD, National Coordinator for Health Information Technology
2:30 3:00  COFFEE BREAK
 3:00  4:00  PANEL: Legal and Policy Issues Surrounding the Use of Advanced Technologies to Provide Healthcare Services
 Seasoned experts in policy and legal issues surrounding the use of technology in medicine discuss where we are today, barriers we need to overcome and future prospects.  Rita Chaturvedi, PhD, Engineer, RAND Corporation
 Gary Capistrant, Policy Advisor, PATH
 Bradley Merrill Thompson, JD, Member of the Firm, Epstein Becker & Green, P.C.
4:00 4:45 PANEL: Successful AI Applications – Ocular Medicine
Pivotal trial of an autonomous AI-based diagnostic system for detection of diabetic retinopathy in primary care offices Michael Abràmoff, MD, President and Director, iDx, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics
Clinical Implementation Results of an AI Diabetic Retinopathy Screening System at Diabetes Care Clinics Simon Barrage, PhD, President and Chief Research Scientist, VisionQuest Biomedical
4:45 5:30 PANEL: Transforming Health Delivery through Technology Innovation in Large Health Systems
Building a Transformative Digital Future in Healthcare  Neil Gomes, Chief Digital Officer, Senior Vice President for Technology Innovation and Consumer Experience, Thomas Jefferson University & Jefferson Health
 Intelligence in the Operating Room  Brian Miller, PhD, GM & SVP of Systems and Vision, Intuitive Surgical
7:308:00CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST 
8:309:00KEYNOTE: AI and Clinical Transformation — Positive Disruption on Every FrontMolly Coye, MD, Executive in Residence, AVIA Health, Board Member Aetna
  INVESTING IN ADVANCED HEALTHCARE TECHNOLOGY: A perspective from Corporate Venture CapitalOliver Keown, MD, Senior Associate Healthcare Investor at GE Ventures
  KEYNOTE:Our AI Future in Healthcare: A Physicians PerspectiveChristine Cassel, MD, Professor, UCSF,
former President, American Board of
Internal Medicine, former President
and CEO, National Quality Forum
9:3010:00COFFEE BAR 
10:0010:30 A GLIMPSE AT THE FUTURE: AI in Military Healthcare: Robotics Enabled Autonomous and Closed Loop Trauma Care in a Rucksack — TRACIR Ronald Poropatich, MD, Director, Center for Military Medicine Research — University of Pittsburgh
10:3011:45 PANEL: Remaining Independent — AI and Automation in Chronic Care and Home Monitoring 
   Virtual Nurse Assistants in Healthcare: How AI is Propelling the Future to Help Solve a Trillion-Dollar Problem Wolf Shlagman, CEO, Care Angel
   Aging in Place and Value-Based Care — Does AI Power Their Intersection? Laura McIntosh, PhD, CEO and Founder, EmPowerYu
  Positive Results of Artificial Intelligence that Began with Patients at Johns Hopkins University’s Copper Ridge InstituteDaniel Pompilio, CEO, SimpleC
  The Future Has Arrived: Continuous Vital Sign Monitoring with AI andAugmented Reality Larry Steinberg, Cloud DX
11:4512:00 WRAP UP: Getting to the Future: Setting the Action Agenda for PATH 
    
    

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