This event is part of Mathematics, Statistics, and Innovation in Medical and Health Care View Details

Technological Innovation in Health Care Delivery

Description

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There have been many recent innovations in healthcare development and delivery that have the potential to greatly improve patient care and outcomes. Examples include breakthroughs in life-saving therapies, electronic healthcare records, telemedicine, artificial intelligence and blockchain applications. This creates the need to build new business models and analyze emerging risk management problems to improve the affordability and accessibility of healthcare. It also highlights the need to study systemic risk issues in the healthcare ecosystem and public policy decision making that balances medical needs with economic and financial incentives. The aim of the workshop is to provide a platform to present these multifaceted problems and discuss the associated modeling and quantitative approaches.

Organizers

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J D
Jing Dong Columbia University
T Z
Thaleia Zariphopoulou Univerisity of Texas, Austin

Speakers

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R B
Radek Bukowski University of Texas, Austin
R C
Rama Cont Oxford University
G F
Giorgio Ferrari Universität Bielefeld
X G
Xin Guo University of California, Berkeley
S H
Shane Henderson Cornell University
A K
Anjum Khurshid Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
S K
Steven Kou Boston University
J L
Joan LaRovere Boston Children’s Hospital
A L
Andrew Lo Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
L M
Luca Maini Harvard University
R M
Ryan McDevitt Duke University
A M
Alex Mills Baruch College
R P
Rema Padman Carnegie Mellon University
R X
Renyuan Xu University of Southern California

Registration

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