Watch our symposium on cloud-first and generative AI technology

By Philips ∙ AWS, Policlinico Gemelli ∙ Jan 31, 2023 ∙ 58:44 min

Diagnostic and clinical informatics

Health informatics

Next generation radiology Symposium Webinar

Webinar highlights - Total duration [56:09]

  • Reinventing medical imaging: cloud-first, AI-first, and Generative AI in Healthcare
  • A modern PACS as the cornerstone of radiology departments and their evolving needs
  • Impact of cloud and AI on Research and Clinical Imaging
  • Panel discussion

Check out the panel discussion hosted by Philips and hear about leveraging public cloud and generative AI technology to empower the next generation of radiology. We will explore how radiology informatics solutions benefit from secure, compliant cloud technology and can automatically scale to support vast amounts of imaging data. We will also discuss how AI/ML and generative AI in healthcare can serve as a radiologist’s assistant to help enhance diagnostic speed and quality while supporting patient outcomes – all thanks to the public cloud.

Speakers list

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Evis Sala

Chair, Department of Diagnostic Imaging and Radiotherapy, Policlinico Gemelli - Rome

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Razvan Ionasec

CTO Healthcare EMEA, AWS

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Shez Partovi

Chief Innovation and Strategy Officer and Chief Business Leader of Enterprise Informatics, Philips

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Madhuri Sebastian

Radiology Informatics Business Leader, Philips

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