In this keynote from the AI Summit New York 2018, Mike Berger, vice president of population health informatics and data science at Mount Sinai Health, talks about the impact of AI and other emerging medical tech on life expectancy and the cost of healthcare.
Mount Sinai is a major hospital group based in New York, running eight hospitals, 15 institutes and a medical school, and employing more than 7,000 physicians.
Berger touches upon data in sports and politics, before taking an in-depth look at population health: "It's this convergence of the delivery of healthcare and taking on risk; the idea is, if you can align those, and shift from paying to services to paying for value, then ideally things will start to get better."
The session includes examples of real-life data projects in large organizations, and technical background on how they were built.
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