Join the Conversation! 2019 World Medical Innovation Forum Explores Where AI Meets Clinical Care April 8-10

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The annual World Medical Innovation Forum (WMIF) is coming to Boston, April 8-10, covering artificial intelligence (AI) in clinical care. Don’t miss Harvard faculty, 60 CEOs and top corporate leaders discussing the innovations driving future investment, research, and patient care. Network with other leaders from start-up tech, AI companies, academic medicine, venture finance, and industry to shape the emerging world of artificial intelligence and machine learning.

AI promises to revolutionize treatment and delivery. But breakthroughs in applying AI to clinical care won’t happen without hurdles – getting AI into everyday practice requires creative solutions and collaboration across many disciplines and aspects of healthcare. Hear the latest thinking on how leadership plus innovation can combine to deliver better clinical care.

Register today!

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