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(WATCH, Nov 13-14) Dr. James Min: Better understand a state of the art approach to data analysis in the cardiovascular care of your patients

Artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and deep learning seemed to be buzzwords of the future that are today rapidly becoming standards of care and patient expectation. How can you better understand the benefits and adopt this state of the art approach to data analysis in the cardiovascular care of your patients?

Register to Attend the 2020-2021 Virtual Concierge Medicine FORUM and Listen to Dr. James Min Discuss This Topic and More … Register Here …

Cardiovascular disease (CVD), despite the significant advances in the diagnosis and treatments, still represents the leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. In order to improve and optimize CVD outcomes, artificial intelligence techniques have the potential to radically change the way we practice, especially in heart and artery imaging, offering us novel tools to interpret data and make clinical decisions. AI techniques such as machine learning and deep learning can also improve medical knowledge due to the increase of the volume and complexity of the data, unlocking clinically relevant information. One might argue that much of the important data clinicians have access to is “lost” because it can’t be easily and efficiently purposed towards diagnosis or treatment.

As part of his presentation, Dr. Min will explore the contemporary state of artificial intelligence and digital health applied to cardiovascular medicine and coronary CT as well as illuminate for participants how this can become a market differentiator for your practice.

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