Shifting the Care Model: How AI-Driven Proactive Care is Saving Lives, Lowering Costs, and Changing How We Treat Patients

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Wednesday, October 26, 2022
12:00pm— 1:00pm
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Seema Syed Bonnie Stainman Jin Ge Ashok Mayya Steven Berry Alison Neuman Kevin McNally Manish Vig Yuki Zhang Ibrahim Hanna saif islam Amy Durei Anne-Maree Cantwell, MD, MBA Molly Doyle Jacky Chen Sigal Ben-Ari Jasmeet Sandhu Diana Bacci-Walsh Lieven Nuyttens A. Bailey Victor Chao John Whitman Stephanie Gampper Jason Madden William Bartlett Ruslan Sergienko Nick Skerritt Carrie Hiebeler david wierz Joseph Abbondandolo William Goldberg Sachin Sinha Daniel Wolsk Eric Bassett Beth Pollack Laura Saade Jeffrey Voigt Jose Guerola Keith Sutter Gil Kaminski Richard Whelton Jay Fischer Padma Edirisinghe Maria Whitman Aaron Leopold Abdul Wahid Salim Ahmed Nivi Nagaraj
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DATE CHANGE - This webinar was originally scheduled for September 14th and has been rescheduled to October 26th 

with featured speaker Dr. Kira Radinsky 
CEO, Diagnostic Robotics 

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In recent years, healthcare payers have started integrating AI-powered solutions into their existing systems. From effective triage to accurate intervention matching, these solutions are slashing administrative burdens, massively reducing the cost of care, improving patient experiences, and saving lives. AI-powered solutions have shown to be particularly effective in proactively identifying individual members at risk of becoming cost-bloomers and through combining claims-based methods with historical data on intervention outcomes and learning over time, we are ensuring members are matched with the most appropriate interventions, cutting costs and saving lives.


Dr. Kira Radinsky
CEO, Diagnostic Robotics

Dr. Kira Radinsky is the CEO and co-founder of Diagnostic Robotics, where the most advanced technologies in the field of artificial intelligence are harnessed to make healthcare better, cheaper, and more widely available.

In the past, she co-founded SalesPredict, acquired by eBay in 2016, and served as eBay director of data science and IL chief scientist.

One of the up-and-coming voices in the data science community, she is pioneering the field of medical data mining.

Dr. Radinsky gained international recognition for her work at Microsoft Research, where she developed predictive algorithms that recognized the early warning signs of globally impactful events, including political riots and disease epidemics. In 2013, she was named to the MIT Technology Review’s 35 Young Innovators Under 35, in 2015 as Forbes 30 under 30 rising stars in enterprise technology, and in 2016 selected as "woman of the year" by Globes. She is a frequent presenter at global tech events, including TEDx, Wired, Strata Data Science, Techcrunch and academic conferences, and she publishes in the Harvard Business Review.

Radinsky serves as a board member in: Israel Securities Authority, Maccabi Research Institute, and technology board of HSBC bank. 

Dr. Radinsky also serves as visiting professor at the Technion, Israel’s leading science and technology institute, where she focuses on the application of predictive data mining in medicine. 

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Wednesday, October 26th at 10:00am ET

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