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Insights from the 2016 Exponential Medicine conference

The Exponential Medicine conference brings together physicians, innovators, and inventors as well as Medtech and Biopharma executives to explore the convergence of fast moving technologies disrupting healthcare. 

At the 2016 event PA’s life sciences expert Milind Kamkolkar was asked to participate in GuideWell’s xMed Insights Lounge where interviews were conducted with key faculty and industry leaders.

In the first video, Milind Kamkolkar sat down with GuideWell Media Consultant Jessica DaMassa to discuss the topic of Artificial Intelligence (AI): Where are we now? Where are we going? 

The interview addresses:

  • The culturally shift needed to integrate AI
  • Digital Humanism
  • Convergence and super convergence of AI & technology
  • Behavioral Indicators
  • Commercial value proposition
  • The future of medicine – what is the big picture?

Watch the full interview here:

To continue the discussion on the future of medicine, Milind Kamkolkar and Jessica DaMassa interviewed Dr. Arshya Vahabzadeh on the topic of mental health. Dr. Vahabzadeh, a Harvard faculty member trained in both medicine and behavioral health, is committed to addressing the most urgent healthcare needs through innovation.

The exciting news for mental health is that technologies and disciplines are coming together to drive innovation through digital platforms, cloud computing, big data, and research processing. This is critical to address scalability issues in our current system. As an industry we not only need to do the basic things right, but we need to scale and augment the care we are giving. 

Watch the full interview here:

For more information on our insights regarding these topics, please visit The robots are coming and New Technologies: What is hype and where is the opportunity?

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