Among the many speciality exhibit areas at HIMSS19 will probably be one referred to as Healthcare of the Future.
Not surprisingly, the focus is on innovation – synthetic intelligence, chatbots, voice assistants and extra – and it’ll provide attendees the alternative for hands-on interactions and stay demonstrations.
“In this booth you will see emerging technologies around wearables, voice activation, bio digital, diabetic wearables, data collection and analytics and much more,” stated Elli Riley, senior director of displays and assembly providers at HIMSS.
Healthcare of the Future will even feature a quantity of classes.
Dr. Shai Gozani, CEO of Quell by NeuroMetrix, will ship a session titled, “AI+Neurotechnology: Attacking the Chronic Pain Crisis,” on Tuesday, February 12, from 10:45-11:05 a.m. He’ll talk about how Quell makes use of a database with AI to provide remedy teaching for individuals dwelling with continual ache.
Later on Tuesday, Carl Osborne, creator of seeCOLe (quick for: see Clinical knowledge On Lens), will current his “Using the EHR Hands-free with Wearable Technology,” session. At 3:15-3:35, Osborne will talk about the firm’s augmented actuality wearable well being app that allows clinicians to interface with EHRs by way of voice. Osborne will even introduce the 2018 Cerner code app problem software with Vuzix Blade and Google Glass.
On Wednesday, February 13, at 12:45-1:05 p.m., Christopher McCann, CEO and founder of Current, will communicate throughout “Deriving Actionable Insights from RPM and Telehealth,” about making use of machine studying to distant affected person monitoring to accumulate knowledge from sufferers exterior the hospital that can be utilized to establish high-risk individuals as early as attainable.
Also on Wednesday at 2:15-2:35 p.m., Orbita CEO Nathan Treloar, throughout “Radical Patient Engagement and the Voice Revolution,” will share insights about how voice tech equivalent to Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant in addition to chatbots and synthetic intelligence interfaces are getting used to reinvent affected person expertise with stay demonstrations.
Those are only a few of the highlights.
“There will be over 15 sessions from emerging technology and startup companies in this area,” Riley stated. “This is a can’t miss exhibit to see what disruptive technologies are hitting the health industry.”
Date: January 23, 2019
Source: The Tidings