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Is AI making us smarter or dumber? Top 3 Ways to Make AI Work for Healthcare

February 22, 2023 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

1.5 Qualified ACHE Credits


The healthcare landscape is rife with stories of AI failing to deliver the expected results. We will explore the 3 critical elements healthcare executives should pay attention to in every AI solution.

The Problem – Picking the right problem to solve with the right AI.

First critical element is picking the right problem to solve with AI.

The Workflow – The silent AI killer

Second critical element is knowing who will use the intelligence – who, what, where, & how.

The People – Balancing automation and the human element

The key to success is knowing when automation is best and when to use your valuable human resources.

COST: $10-ACHE Members / $25-Non-members

Faculty: Angela Adams, RN, BSN, CEO, Inflo Health

Angela Adams, RN, BSN, started her career as a nurse at Duke University Medical Center in critical care medicine. Frustrated with the inefficiencies in patient care in the hospital setting, Angela sought a career change, allowing her to help patients and clinicians be more effective and efficient at solving complex medical issues.

In 2014, she found herself at the beginning of the hype cycle for clinical AI for Healthcare. Healthcare was starting to explore technologies and AI techniques to solve complex problems within the healthcare system. Angela began her journey into AI at Jvion, one of the first of itskind in clinical AI. Angela gained a deep knowledge of the application of AI in healthcare. She served as a bridge between technology and clinicians to take AI into the everyday workflow. Angela witnessed both the successes and failures of AI in healthcare and has excellent insight into why AI has failed as often as it succeeds.

Building on her experience, Angela is now the CEO of Inflo Health with a mission to use technology and AI to close the loop on radiology follow-up for the patient, radiologist, and ordering physician. She strongly believes in a simple, elegant design to augment clinical intelligence at the right moment to deliver better, more efficient, and lower-cost health care.



February 22, 2023
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm