Dr. Brian Patterson recently took the stage as an expert panelist at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society Global Health Conference held in Orlando, FL last month.
At the Machine Learning & AI for Healthcare Forum, Dr. Patterson joined colleagues to discuss some challenges and key elements of successful implementations of artificial intelligence algorithms.
Much of the commentary and advice for attendees was captured in an article out of Healthcare Innovation following the conference. Full article.
Dr. Patterson is an assistant professor of emergency medicine and the physician informatics director for predictive analytics in the BerbeeWalsh Emergency Department at UW Health. In this role, Dr. Patterson works with department leadership to best use information technology to support clinical, educational, and research priorities. He advises on a range of issues, including optimizing the design, implementation, dissemination, evaluation, and routine use of clinical data and information systems to improve healthcare quality, operational efficiency, educational programs, and research. Among other roles, Patterson functions as a liaison between clinicians and health IT staff within the department and hospital and provides input into the implementation of new IT-related workflows in the department.