Why study AI for Healthcare?
Artificial intelligence (AI) has revolutionised healthcare. From data management to drug discovery and development to clinical practice and patient care, AI technologies and innovations continue to optimise and advance medical services. Whether you want to gain the knowledge to invest in AI projects that can move healthcare research ahead faster and with greater predictability, design secure solutions for patients and customers, or develop enhanced products related to medical services, the AI for Healthcare programme can put you on the path to make a real difference in the lives of others and your career.
24 June 2022
2 Months,4-6 hours per week
Live OnlineSessions are usually conducted on Saturdays from 2:30-5:00 PM (Singapore Time)
*GST payable for Singapore residents
Through Live Webinars taught by expert NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine faculty, you will learn how to:
? Describe the fundamentals of biomedical informatics.
? Explain the key aspects of managing the life cycle of data.
? Define key AI terminologies and identify the opportunities of integrating deep learning in healthcare AI.
? Recognise the role of AI in drug discovery, development, and administration.
? Examine the use of AI in optimising treatment for populations and personalised medicine.
? Analyse the impact of AI on quality of care and operations in healthcare.
? Explain the implementation of strategies and frameworks for AI in healthcare workflows.
? Create an executive summary of an AI implementation/improvement plan for your organisation.
Is This Programme Right for Me?
If you want to expand your knowledge of healthcare AI technologies to drive your decision-making, elevate patient care, and improve your organisation’s profitability and performance, this programme is right for you. Professionals with a medical or non-medical background can benefit from the programme. Roles and industries of participants may include:
? Technology-driven sectors where AI applications are critical, including healthcare, medical services, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, ed tech, IT, real estate, and telecommunications
? CEO, CIO, chairman, director, associate director, senior director of health care, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, information technology, and other relevant industries
? General manager, product manager, marketing manager, account manager, operations manager, project manager of healthcare, biotechnology, ed tech, and medical devices
? Founder, co-founder of healthcare, medical services, and pharmaceutical industries