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Why Does Medical Data Break AI? How Do We Fix It?

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Edward Bukstel, CEO of Giupedi, and Rini Gahir, CEO of Mozzaz, will discuss experiences standing up a new application using Microsoft’s Azure Artificial Intelligence Platform and how medical data presents problems and opportunities in Machine Learning applications. We will highlight a workers compensation application utilized for care coordination among physicians, lawyers, patients and other stakeholders.

Session Host

Edward Bukstel, CEO, Giupedi

“Mr. Bukstel has 25+ years of clinical data integration, data security, and communications experience. He has successfully licensed systems and services to companies, including international pharmaceutical and managed care organizations. Mr. Bukstel designed one of the first Electronic Medical Record Systems that incorporated data communications standards and was a founding member of the ASTM E1238 Standard for Interoperability and Communication of Clinical Laboratory Data that became the foundation of HL7. Mr. Bukstel designed the first client server (Novell Netware) Clinical Trials Protocol Management System (Roche, Otsuka). He has been a national speaker on electronic data interchange and has been a guest lecturer at The Wharton Business School and has lectured as an Adjunct Professor at Thomas Jefferson University’s Center for Digital Health & Data Science. Mr. Bukstel has written extensively on Blockchain and Healthcare and founded Clinical Blockchain in August 2016 to address Patient – Doctor Messaging on a Blockchain Platform, speaking at Pfizer, Sanofi, GlaxoSmithKline, and IEEE sponsored events nationally. Mr. Bukstel is currently the CEO for Giupedi , Inc., a development stage Machine Learning Company focused on interoperability in the medical litigation marketplace. Mr. Bukstel has been a presenter and keynote speaker at several prestigious blockchain technology and healthcare conferences and forums, including:

  • The National Healthcare Blockchain Summit, Washington, DC, March 2017
  • IEEE Silicon Valley Blockchain Nexus Think Tank. San Jose, CA, May 2017
  • The Wharton DC Innovation Conference, Washington, DC, September 2017
  • IEEE Wearables and Medical Interoperability Conference (WAMI), Cambridge, MA, January 2018
  • Blockchain in Healthcare, The Princeton Technology Meetup, Princeton, NJ, February 2018
  • Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Blockchain in Healthcare, Philadelphia, PA, March 2018
  • GlaxoSmithkline Pharmaceutical, Oxford Style Blockchain in Healthcare Debate Streamed
  • Worldwide, Philadelphia, PA, March 2018
  • Sanofi Pharmaceutical Innovation Xchange, Bridgewater, NJ, May 30, 2018.

Deep Dives into a variety of Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences Use Cases for Blockchain including:

  • Clinical Trials Recruitment
  • Supply Chain (Pharma, Food & Drug)
  • Pharmaceutical Regulation & Compliance on Blockchain
  • How Blockchain will overcome artificial intelligence bias in healthcare
  • Workers Compensation/Personal Injury Interoperability Referral and Blockchain Bidding
  • Platform for Radiology Images
  • Blockchain Use Cases for sharing data for Medical Tourism and global data servants.

Session Participants

Rini Gahir, CEO, Mozzaz

As a healthcare technologist and an entrepreneur, Rini Gahir has always strived to innovate in all that he’s done, bringing valuable solutions to an industry that is positively impacting the lives of patients every day. When he became a dad to an autistic son, his innovative spirit became fueled by an even more personal passion. Rini is now on a mission to create solutions that connect individuals with complex care conditions to resources that allow them to live lives of inclusion, participation, and independence. Modern technology enables new digital experiences, helping families, care providers and individuals collaborate and create personalized plans for high quality patient care. As a co-founder of Mozzaz, Rini has seen this new standard for care come to fruition by deploying “smart” technologies that enable personalized digital interventions and mobile care plans. Rini’s technical background is in data science, mathematics and health informatics, and he specializes in statistical modeling and actuarial science as it relates to clinical, public and population health. His time as a serial technology entrepreneur has afforded him two previously successful ventures, award-winning products and a tenure with Microsoft in executive product management, partner management and platform strategy. Although Rini’s elated to see the strides the healthcare industry has made, there is still so much that can, and needs, to be done to support complex care. Rini believes tech-enablement of digital and virtual personalized care is the future and, together, our industry can make a difference.