InformAI was pleased to present AI Use Cases for Otolaryngology at the 2021 SUO|AADO|OPDO Combined Meeting. CEO Jim Havelka spoke in a November 13 session entitled "Technological Disruptors in Health Care and Education", a panel focused on COVID-19 related tech disruptions in healthcare, including artificial intelligence (AI) in the OTO specialty. The panel featured a preview of AI technology coming to the otolaryngology field, and discussed clinical and educational impacts.
Mr. Havelka joined panel members:
Anand K. Devaiah, MD, FACS, Director, Biomedical and Health Technology Development & Transfer for Boston University Institute for Health System Innovation and Policy
Sarah Pletcher, MD, Vice President & Executive Medical Director, Virtual Care at Houston Methodist Hospital
The panel was chaired by Mas Takashima, MD, Chair, Houston Methodist Academic Institute at Houston Methodist Hospital.
More information on the meeting is here.
About the SUO|AADO|OPDO Combined Meeting:
SUO: Society of University Otolaryngologists and Head and Neck Surgeons is organized to provide for the exchange of ideas and relevant information germane to the practice of medicine in an academic setting. Career development strategies emphasizing the academic milieu are considered essential.
AADO: Association of Academic Departments of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery (AADO-HNS) promotes the common interests of departments of otolaryngology through publications, research an discussions of mutual interest and concern.
OPDO: Otolaryngology Program Directors Organization provides program directors and academic faculty with a national forum for discussion and implementation of training techniques for residents and fellows in the field of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery