Accelerating your AI in healthcare initiative with blueprints
David Houlding and Gururaj Pandurangi take us on a journey through the technical advances AI (Artificial Intelligence) is bringing to Healthcare. This episode dispells common myths of AI and more importantly covers the promise of AI in healthcare's present and future.
AI holds major potential for healthcare, from predicting patient length of stay to diagnostic imaging, anti-fraud, and many more use cases. Learn how you can close the gap to your AI in healthcare solution by accelerating your initiative using free Microsoft Azure blueprints, including example code, test data, security, and compliance support that gets you 50-90% to your solution. This session is intended for healthcare provider, payer, pharmaceuticals, and life sciences organizations. Key roles include senior technical decision makers including CIO’s, CTO’s through IT Managers and Cloud Architects
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As a CEO and Founder of Avyan Consulting Corp (a Cloud Consulting Services) and Cloudneeti (ISV Cloud Workload Assurance ISV), Gururaj guides clients towards a business-focused and holistic approach to cloud adoption.
The teams he leads specializes in Digital Transformation through cloud-scale application design, DevOps & CI/CD, Analytics, Cybersecurity & Compliance, and the Internet of Things (IoT).
David is a Principal Healthcare Program Manager at Microsoft. He has 24+ years of experience in healthcare, cloud, privacy, security, compliance, blockchain, and artificial intelligence/machine learning. Responsibilities include cloud, privacy, security, compliance, blockchain, AI/ML thought leadership in the healthcare industry globally.
David supports the healthcare industry by embracing the power of the cloud to provide better care for patients. From hospitals and insurers to pharmaceuticals and researchers, David links the industry to Microsoft technology to empower the healthcare industry and anticipate the healthcare needs of the future.
Read David Houlding’s recent blog posts on how to address common healthcare use cases using Azure.