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Leveraging AI to Improve Health Care in Canada

 

 

Five weeks1.5 hours per week

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Integrated executive learningCombining virtual and in-person activity

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The rapid advancement of artificial intelligence (AI) brings an opportunity to transform Canadian health care, improving efficiency and decision-making. Understanding how to effectively integrate AI into health care processes is essential for driving innovation and staying ahead in this rapidly evolving field.

Designed for senior leaders and executives in the health care space, this integrated learning experience explores how to combine AI and predictive analytics to improve health care services in Canada. It covers the implementation of AI and analytics tools into business practices, the use of generative AI for patient care, ethical considerations surrounding AI adoption, and the future implications of these technologies.

Delivered by University of Waterloo's top AI and public health experts, this course combines virtual and in-person modes of learning, providing you with actionable strategies for navigating AI adoption while prioritizing patient outcomes and organizational success. You will also be equipped to identify opportunities where AI and related analytical tools can be used to support decision-making and enhance trust.

Unique to this course is the inclusion of a one-day, in-person session focused on the wide-ranging impacts of generative AI on health care. Through thought-provoking discussions and interactive exhibits featuring industry experts and practitioners, this event will examine AI's human-centric implications, including the organizational culture shifts needed for transformation.

 

 

Join an exclusive showcase of today's health innovations

The final week of this course invites participants to attend a full-day, in-person event in Toronto, hosted in partnership with Tata Consultancy Services (TCS). Designed for senior health care leaders, this exlusive event explores the adoption of AI tools and technologies in the health care sector. It features inspiring guest speakers, dynamic panel discussions, interactive sessions, and networking, designed to help you come away with critical knowledge to make informed decisions about your use of AI. 

Access exclusive opportunities for interactive learning and deep engagement with industry experts while exploring the implications of AI innovations in health care and their potential applications now and in the future.

Truly experience AI for health care through educational exhibits designed to empower you to strengthen your strategies for AI adoption and integration. The exhibits included will enable you to learn about the latest AI innovations and ask questions, discuss implications, and explore potential applications for your own organization.

Featured exhibits

AI in Diagnostics

Discover how AI is being used to improve diagnostic accuracy and speed and learn how AI adoption can aid in early detection and accurate diagnosis of diseases.

AI in Patient Care

Learn how AI and analytics tools are enhancing patient care, including their ability to improve access to care and help health care providers identify patients at risk.

AI in Health System Management

Examine how AI is optimizing health system performance, such as how AI tools can be used to enhance scheduling, resource allocation, or support planning for the future.

About our in-person event partner, TCS

TCS logoTCS is an IT services, consulting, and business solutions organization that has been partnering with many of the world’s largest businesses in their transformation journeys for over 56 years. Its consulting-led, cognitive powered, portfolio of business, technology, and engineering services and solutions is delivered through its unique Location Independent Agile™ delivery model, recognized as a benchmark of excellence in software development.

In Canada, TCS is among the five largest IT services providers and has been operating in the country for over 30 years. Employing over 9,000 employees in Canada, it currently serves more than 100 enterprises from coast to coast, with offices in Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, Regina, and Vancouver. For more information, visit www.tcs.com.

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