WK6: Panacea or Skynet: Will Technology Improve or Harm Health Equity?
Sunday, March 10th from 1:00pm - 3:00pm Pacific Time
Workshop Registration is free for all Annual Conference Registrants
Jerry Maniate, MD, Med, FRCPC, FACP, CCPE, CPC(HC)
David Wiljer, PhD, CPC(HC)
There has been enthusiastic growth in the adoption of technology and even AI as a means of supporting health care delivery and education. But there have also been significant concerns and considerations identified. This includes issues of trust, privacy, bias, and other concerns of equity-seeking communities. To ensure the successful and safe adoption of these technologies to support care and education there is a need to have open and transparent dialogue about parameters and utilization policies to guard and guide their utilization and improve health equity. Experiences using technology and AI across the world are different according to the contexts in which they are applied and can offer interesting insights and lessons learned for a global audience. An introductory panel discussion will be followed by interactive knowledge gathering using small and large group techniques.
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