June 13, 2023 | Austin Convention Center, TX

2023 SIIM-ACR Data Science Summit

Quantifying the Value of AI: Investment, Costs, Reimbursement and Benefits
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Watch the 2023 SIIM-ACR Data Science Summit in Austin, Texas on that was recorded on June 13. This year's pre-event explored the economics of AI and the operational and regulatory responses to those changes. As AI continues to advance the field of radiology, understanding the financial, operational and values impact is imperative in harnessing the future. Scroll to learn more about our speakers.

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Keynote Speaker

Richard Bruce, MD

Associate Professor of Radiology
Vice Chair of Informatics
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Dr. Bruce has devoted his efforts to the clinical integration of AI across the entire spectrum of clinical workflows. This includes AI-assisted clinical decision support for ordering medical imaging through integration of AI within imaging modalities for and extends through radiologist interpretive workflows to actionable results communication and follow up within the EHR. UW Radiology has a long legacy of informatics innovation through deep industrial partnerships. Dr. Bruce is involved in data and workflow integration across multiple partner systems. He has been actively involved in computing resource and network implementation since the mid-1990s and previously worked as an internetwork engineer for Cisco Systems.