LifePod Solutions Inc., the first proactive-voice virtual caregiving service, is pleased to share that CEO and Co-Founder Stuart Patterson will speak at the annual Wharton Health Care Conference on Artificial Intelligence hosted by the Wharton Health Care Management Alumni Association. The conference is being held today from 7:30am to 5:30pm at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA.
Stuart will join a panel of experts to discuss “AI in Remote Monitoring and Care Coordination” at 10:45 – 11:45am. The panel will focus on the impact of artificial intelligence on remote monitoring technology and how it will affect in-home patient care. Experts will delve into different use cases and patient stories, and discuss how healthcare professionals can ultimately drive better care with the support of AI-based services.
“With the shortage of caregivers growing every day, I am excited to discuss how natural, proactive voice dialogs, based on AI, can help both caregivers and care recipients alike,” said Stuart Patterson. “I look forward to sharing what we’ve learned from users of LifePod’s two-way voice-first service, especially how seniors aging-in-place and patients suffering from chronic conditions engage via voice 8-10 times per day while their caregivers get personalized alerts and daily reports that provide greater peace of mind.”
This year’s Wharton Health Care Conference will be focused on the “PotpourrAI” of new AI applications in healthcare, and will feature presentations from experts in the fields of R&D, product development, customer engagement and monitoring, diagnosis, treatment, regulation/government oversight, fitness and health, NIH funding, and clinical decision support. The conference features keynote speakers from the United States Dept of Health and Human Services, Google Cloud, and IBM Watson Health, with a number of healthcare technology experts discussing topics ranging from predictive analytics to precision medicine.