Intelligent Health Webinars
The Intelligent Health Going Viral Webinar series address the biggest disruptor the world has faced in a generation, COVID-19.
The Intelligent Health community is comprised of over 52,000 multidisciplinary experts and is working closely with our partners at the World Health Organisation to disseminate the most up to date technology related updates.
Bringing together leading experts from the health and technology communities, we cut through the hype and dig deeper into the solutions already being worked on to find a cure against humankind’s current enemy.
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Beyond chatbots: leveraging technology to create smarter patient journeys
A conversation with Professor Paul Dimitri, Professor of Child Health and Consultant Paediatric Endocrinology, Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, Dr. Iain Hennessey, Consultant Paediatric Surgeon and Director of Innovation, Alder Hey Children’s Hospital and Professor Andy Stanford-Clark, Chief Technology Officer – UKI, IBM moderated by Clare Mortimer, Partner – Client Partner, Global Business Services, IBM to discuss the opportunities for technology to really make an impact on health and care outcomes.
Coordinating a national pandemic response with smartphone apps for citizens: micros aggregation whilst maintaining privacy
IH and MIT SafePaths Insight Series
A conversation with Bakul Patel, Associate Centre Director for Digital Health at the FDA and Dr. Ramesh Raskar, Associate Professor at MIT Media Lab, moderated by Deepti Pahwa, Communications Strategy, PathCheck (MIT SafePaths), Stanford GSB to discuss what a national pandemic preparedness strategy could look like, when using digital contact tracing apps.
Role of contact tracing and digital health solutions in fighting COVID-19 in LMICs
IH and MIT SafePaths Insight Series
A fireside chat with Dr. Ramesh Raskar, Associate Professor at MIT Media Lab and Magnus Conteh the Executive Director of the Community Health Academy at Last Mile Health to discuss the role of contact tracing, digital health solutions and empowering community- based health workers in the response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Going viral: The role of AI in assisting LMICs in the fight against COVID-19
Coronavirus Disease 2019 has spread rapidly around the world with devastating consequences on patients, health care workers, health systems, and economies. Those who live and work in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) held their collective breath as the single red dot on the world map morphed into red dots in almost every country in the world. The enormity of the problems facing all countries, but especially those with serious economic and health resource challenges are becoming evident. In this special webinar, we outline what those challenges are and how to go from insight to action.
Going Viral: Flattening The COVID-19 Curve
These are difficult times affecting all aspects of our life and society. Digital health technologies such as AI, big data, 5G and robotics are critical tools in the fight against COVID-19. This webinar showcases examples from around the world on health strategies to reduce risk, support frontline workers and patient treatment as the epidemic unfolds.
Going viral: Long term implications of health data use in the context of COVID-19
This webinar will focus on what needs to be in place to make sure that data is used in trustworthy ways, to slow the COVID-19 spread and ultimately save lives.
- What is the appropriate use of health data in the context of a pandemic? What good examples are emerging?
- How do we balance individual patient rights with collective need, and what’s needed to maintain the trust of the public that data uses are proportionate?
- What 2-3 requirements must be in place now to use health-related data responsibly during this time of crisis?
Going viral: the UK response to COVID-19
Future proofing the NHS – How technology is going to play a role in the reaction to COVID-19 within the NHS and how clinicians can deploy technology/telemedicine at pace and scale in response to the ongoing crisis.
Going Viral: Keeping calm in the face of COVID-19
Bringing together leading experts from the health and technology communities, we peer through the hype and dig deeper into the solutions already being worked on to find a cure against humankind’s current enemy – COVID-19.