Artificial Intelligence has moved from being perennial underachiever to widespread acceptance in a range of use-cases. Today, there is considerable heterogeneity in the level of activity and maturity across critical healthcare domains and functions, specifically: Patient Engagement, Care Delivery, Population Health, R&D, and Administration.
This webcast focuses on use-cases across these domains and the primary role of AI to help healthcare providers measure, decide, and execute.
Nikhil is a Managing Partner at Recon where he focuses on strategy and innovation topics for payers, providers, and population health firms. Prior to co-founding Recon, Nikhil spent 8 years at the Boston Consulting Group where he was a core member of the strategy and healthcare practice areas. Experienced in working with health plans, biotech and pharma companies, med devices and health care services, Nikhil has helped his clients innovate and execute solutions, develop strategy, make critical business decisions and plan and enable executive level and organization wide change.
Prior to BCG, Nikhil co-founded and ran media businesses in India and was a guest columnist and author. He is a graduate of St. Stephen’s College and The Wharton School.
About the sponsor: Pure Storage
Gregg Meyer, MD
Chief Clinical Officer, PHS; Professor of Medicine, HMS
Partners Healthcare System
Gregg S. Meyer, MD, MSc, is the Chief Clinical Officer of the Partners Healthcare System in Boston, Massachusetts, responsible for overall direction, operations, and management of system aspects of healthcare delivery throughout the Partners Healthcare delivery system. Dr Meyer previously served as the Chief Clinical Officer and Executive Vice-President for Population Health at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, and held leadership positions at the Massachusetts General Hospital and Massachusetts General Physicians Organization (MGPO), the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), and Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS) where he served as a Colonel in the United States Air Force. He is a Phi Beta Kappa and summa cum laude graduate of Union College and magna cum laude graduate of Albany Medical College. He earned a Masters degree at Oxford University where he was a Rhodes Scholar. In addition, he holds a masters degree from the Department of Health Policy and Management from the Harvard School of Public Health and served as a fellow in the U. S. Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee’s health office.