348 – Theory and reality of adopting AI into clinical care. Mark Nevin, EY Australia & Mitchell Burger Sydney Local Health District
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Theory and reality of adopting AI into clinical care.
Mark Nevin is part of the leadership team of Health and Human Services in the Sydney office of EY Australia.
Mitchell Burger is the Director of Strategy, Architecture, Innovation, and Research at Sydney Local Health District.
EY is a globally connected, multidisciplinary professional services organisation driven by its purpose: to create a better working world for its clients, people, and communities.
Sydney Local Health District is responsible for providing care to over 700,000 local residents as well as a large number of people who travel to the District to use its tertiary and quaternary services.
This episode will tackle a high-level understanding of how to apply AI ethical principles, upskill the health workforce, and begin to oversee the safe deployment of AI in clinical care.
In this episode, you will learn about the ethics of AI in health, what standards and publications can guide deployment, the challenges AI system designers and implementers face putting principles and standards into practice, the role of leaders in overseeing AI deployment, workforce upskilling to practice alongside AI, and clinical governance of AI deployment.
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