Demystifying Natural Language Processing: Successful Use Cases in Healthcare

  • June 13, 2017
  • 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET
  • Online
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The digitization of health care has created an abundance of clinical data, and organizations are grappling with how best to leverage this influx of information. Typically, the analysis of unstructured clinical data is manual, resource-intensive, and error-prone. But as patient and data volumes grow, these traditional methods will no longer be viable.

Artificial intelligence has been a topic of interest for years. Advanced technologies such as natural language processing and machine learning have been proven to automate the analysis of clinical data in an accurate manner. Organizations that take advantage of these technologies are successfully managing the transition to value-based care and achieving superior clinical, financial, and operational outcomes.
Attendees will learn:

  • How natural language processing technology is used to extract valuable insights from unstructured clinical narratives
  • Key criteria for evaluating different natural language processing engines offered in the market
  • Common misconceptions about cognitive computing technologies
  • Examples of how health care organizations have taken advantage of natural language processing and machine learning technology to improve clinical, financial, and operational outcomes

Who should attend: Managers, Directors, and Executives at health insurance plans and provider organizations


Speaker:


Anand Shroff, Founder, Chief Development Officer, Health Fidelity, Inc.

Anand co-founded Health Fidelity in 2011 and is responsible for leading corporate strategy, business development, sales, and marketing.

Prior to Health Fidelity, Anand was Vice President of EHR and HIE products at Optum. He came to Optum by way of its acquisition of Axolotl Corporation, a visionary company in the HIE movement, where he was Vice President of Products. Anand was a founding member of the Oracle Health Sciences business unit and headed the product organization that was responsible for creating the earliest commercial health care analytics products in the industry.

Anand has an MBA from the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley in addition to an MS in Computer Science from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Anand has an undergraduate degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Mumbai.