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Dean's Seminar Series - Ed Schlesinger - Shared screen with speaker view
Tomoko Steen
21:50
I cannot hear the speaker
Tomoko Steen
22:39
worked
john jacocks
48:48
Ouch!
David Harrison
57:17
Dr. Shlesinger, to what extent today does Johns Hopkins deliberately engage engineers within clinical practice? Dr. Peter Pronovost at Johns Hopkins used data-driven decisions to reform medical practice and receive AHRQ and NSF grants to develop Digital-Med use of AI-BioTech sensors to prevent burnout in healthcare workers that is relevant for the 140-member delegate nations to the World Federation of Medical Education (WFME) in Geneva. Empatica sensors by Professor Picard at the MIT neuro-lab applied innovative applications that predict strokes, seizures, and cognitive impairment. This technology increased team functionality, prevented medical errors, and enabled malpractice insurance companies to maintain patient safety standards. The Evidence-Based Pilot Interventions informed regulatory policy to protect clinicians and enhance leadership skills of GME program directors with early warning system, to anticipate, monitor, predict, intervene, and mitigate risk of exhaustion to increase patient safety.
David Harrison
58:32
In 2019, we submitted the same proposal to GU-SOM.
David Harrison
58:41
Thank you.
Josef
01:00:00
That was a terrific talk. Unfortunately, I have to miss the discussion.
john jacocks
01:00:50
I can see me, as a physician, getting on board with this. Any suggestions about convincing my (often elderly) patients move through tis transition? They DO love the human touch...
john jacocks
01:03:53
Well said. Thanks.
Jeff Weinfeld
01:04:32
From a practicing physician - we have a division in medicine today between knowledge - which is easily democratized, and wisdom, about how to manage a situation which is tougher to democratize. I take it from your talk that you think that both of these will eventually be automated.
Tomoko Steen
01:05:06
Standardization of electronic medical record is not there in this country and bring frustrations to patients. Should a regulatory body come into this area?
Mark Danielsen
01:07:02
How should we train MD students for the future?
Tomoko Steen
01:07:15
Telemedicine system can solve the limit
Tomoko Steen
01:08:14
Mark's question came from the Congress also!
Jeff Weinfeld
01:11:43
Thank you for the talk, very thought provoking, have to sign off
john jacocks
01:13:18
Thank you. Not only was I entertained, I was enlightened!
Heng-Hong Li
01:18:54
How close in the future do you predict these changes will fully take place?
Tomoko Steen
01:21:51
I include in my class for the pre-med students and biomedical science policy students several lectures on "AI and health" and "telemedicine" topics. Students love this new move. I agree with the speaker on the democratization of medicine with telemedicine. Physicians in a countryside Ireland can ask questions to NIH scientists about their patients.
David Harrison
01:22:26
In regard to piloting AI-Biotech innovation for the NSF, our partnerships among MedStar-INOVA-Mayo hospitals in our Washington metro area have a duty to collaborate in serving patients.