Beilinson Hospital in Petach Tikva hosted the Medical AI Roadmap Conference recently, bringing together Israel’s leading doctors, academics, scientists and entrepreneurs to discuss the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on the healthcare industry.

Session topics focused on how AI can be integrated with medical practice and the potential advantages and pitfalls, with presentations discussing how this combination impacts physicians and healthcare providers. Other subjects addressed included the legal and ethical implications of using AI and liability issues that can arise. Discussions covered specialties such as cardiology, neurology oncology, ophthalmology and medical imaging.

“We are approaching a pivotal moment in medicine as AI and machine learning come to the fore and the medical community must discuss its impact and potential ramifications,” said Beilinson Hospital Director of Cardiology Center Prof. Ran Kornowski, who led the conference.

“This year’s event brings together the brightest minds from Israel and based on the overwhelming support it has received, we hope that this will become an annual event and that we will be able to include leaders in these fields from other countries next year,” he added.

Beilinson is an 1,100-bed hospital staffed by a team of 7,500 medical and support professionals. It has 36 operation rooms and performs the majority of organ transplants in Israel.


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