Forms of artificial intelligence have the potential to drive innovation in healthcare and leading institutions are adopting forms of AI to support use cases across clinical, operational, and financial areas. Additionally, these organizations are investing heavily in technologies to leverage an array of data sources that fuel AI and make big data analytics and precision medicine a possibility.
While AI interest and investment are growing, the technology depends on the right combination of infrastructure and strategy to achieve their intended goals. Therefore, healthcare organizations need to do their due diligence to ensure that their IT foundation is capable of shouldering the sizeable data load.
At Partners Personalized Medicine, Executive Director of IT Samuel "Sandy" Aronson oversees the development of the IT infrastructure required to support the evolution and practice of genetic-based personalized medicine in practice and research settings. In this webcast, Aronson will describe his team's efforts to stand up infrastructure to support data- and computer-intensive functions that lead to targeted treatments and therapies.