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Digital Healthcare Technology Part 1: Virtual Patients, AI Doctors, and Beyond

March 14, 2013

Digital Healthcare Technology Part 1: Virtual Patients, AI Doctors, and Beyond
Dr. Joseph Kvedar, Founder and Director of the Center for Connected Health, Dr. Martin Kohn, Chief Medical Scientist for Health Care Delivery at IBM Research, and Dr. Marc Triola, Associate Dean for Educational Informatics at NYU School of Medicine and Director of the Division of Educational Informatics, discuss the emerging roles of digital technology in healthcare.

These ideas will be explored further at an event on Friday, March 22, at the New York Academy of Sciences titled Health 2.0: Digital Technology in Clinical Care. This conference is jointly presented by The New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute, The Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation, and the New York Academy of Sciences.

Dr. Joseph Kvedar, Founder and Director of the Center for Connected Health, Dr. Martin Kohn, Chief Medical Scientist for Health Care Delivery at IBM Research, and Dr. Marc Triola, Associate Dean for Educational Informatics at NYU School of Medicine and Director of the Division of Educational Informatics, discuss the emerging roles of digital technology in healthcare.

These ideas will be further explored at an event on Friday, March 22, at the New York Academy of Sciences titled Health 2.0: Digital Technology in Clinical Care. This conference is jointly presented by The New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute, The Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation, and the New York Academy of Sciences.


Josiah Macy Foundation

This podcast is presented as part of the Translational Medicine Initiative, a partnership between the New York Academy of Sciences and the Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation to foster the translation of basic science discoveries into improved clinical healthcare. It was a co-production of Science and the City.