AI Summit San Francisco 2019
September 25 2019, San Francisco, CA, United States
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David Feygin - VP IT and Chief Digital Health Officer, Boston Scientific
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Welcome to AI versus TV right here at the AI Summit San Francisco River Pizza have a today's davis-bacon from Boston Scientific. How are you? 00:05 Just walking the halls and that people really make any difference same. 00:13 Dad asked them if you deliver the keynote presentation on Alpha Healthcare, what will 00:23 we see over a trillion dollars that 00:28 says 12 zeros of waste across Healthcare an appropriate procedures suboptimal outcomes things that we could be doing better. We could be doing more 00:38

efficiently and keep more more cheaply. And and one of the key tools there is a high-end digital 00:47 Bike company for in space is everything from Cardiac 00:53 Care to pain management to Urology two men's and women's health for Global 10 billion dollars and then continue to grow our goal is to is to 01:02 really improve patient lives and to bring meaningful Innovation to healthcare. Atlanta Falcons really come under the spotlight in the last year or so. 01:12 We even thing that bubbling up in the in the a I can stock up as well a lot being kind of invested in healthcare. Why do you think that the 01:21

moment? Our Healthcare System in many places is really broken. There is waste there's an efficiency 01:30 and when you look at positions in the people who we count on and rely on to deliver care, they're burning out at two times the 01:40 industry average because they're just completely inundated with data and there are so many problems wherever you look there are things there could be 01:50 done better. And when you have the date in places where you have the data and you can leverage technology, there are people who are realizing that 01:57

said that it's force all possible than has great impact their company's doing this and imaging and medication management and we're obviously doing it 02:05 in the car deactivate. I thought that was going to be where you staying the opportunity to where I was and health care what it what kind of 02:13 vehicles of use cases at that you're saying that can have a Maximum Impact broadly as applicable as it is anywhere where they are really good robust 02:22 clean input and output data. That's when you know, what's going in when you see what's coming out when you can train the Jose Isaac the challenge in 02:32

healthcare today is that there aren't that many places where we have those cleaned editor but there are places right Imaging is one again medication 02:40 management is another one hour application, which I'm really excited. I did mention it on stage where we actually take the data coming off of devices 02:49 that sits centimeters away from your heart right not like wearables, but literally sit inside your chest centimeters from your heart to measure not 02:57 just the the the heart rate but the electrical signals flowing through your heart and can actually predict things like heart failure. Almost a month 03:06

out. And so if you can predict those things you can actually save lot you can prevent hospitalizations. You can reduce cost. If you can avoid a trip 03:15 to the emergency room just like you avoid a traffic jam on Waze incredible and let's have a look at what the future holds then in the next three 03:23 years. What would you think about in terms of AI for healthcare? So I think we're at the really the beginning of those specific applications and we're 03:32 seeing more and more around Imaging around again medications cardiac. But because they're so much more data coming in data from the consumer side. You 03:41

know, what are you buying on Amazon dated from wearables? What is your Apple wife's a data coming in from the hospital's I think we are going to start 03:51 to see is those convergences of those different data sets the great some incredible insight about know what people are doing how people are feeling 03:58 even there's a big push now to really understand the psychological and social social psychological aspects of of care in people's well-being and I 04:06 think that's where you can really Drive in incredible amount of in fact, I'm obviously biased I think the things were doing in Cardiac Care and Pain 04:16

Management's really optimize our Solutions and npn prevent harm coming to patients are are incredible. I'm incredibly excited, but the whole industry 04:23 is taking off. Thank you. 04:32

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