Special Workshop 4

Prepare Your Lab for Era of Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare and Clinical Diagnostics: AI Technologies, Applications, and Best Paths to Deployment

Thursday, May 2, 2024 ● 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Coming at light speed to every area of your clinical laboratory, pathology group, or genetic testing company is artificial intelligence (AI).


Yes! Whether it is lab automation, analyzers and instruments, software, or contract services, every company selling your lab services will soon tell you that their produce as “artificial intelligence inside.” But will you and your team understand enough about the technologies behind a vendor’s AI to know if it is trustworthy, reliable, and safe to use in the delivery of patient care?


By now, you probably know some of these enabling technologies. A few examples are:

  • Machine Learning (ML)
  • Deep Learning (DL)
  • Natural Language Processing (NLP)
  • Neural Networks (NN)


Then there are the techniques and skills required to develop the AI and apply it as designed. Terms that describe these skills include:

  • Generative AI
  • Prompt Engineering
  • Explainable AI (XAI)
  • Machine Learning Bias


Recognizing your interest and need to be a savvy buyer of AI in its different forms—whether inside automation and analyzers or powering analytics and guiding workflow through your lab—we’ve arranged a special, one-day, intensive learning experience for you and your team. It follows the Executive War College and takes place on Thursday, May 2.


Your leader and guide will be Ajit Singh, PhD, an internationally-recognized leader in artificial intelligence, diagnostic imaging (both pathology and radiology) and venture capital. You’ll get up close and personal to the key elements of AI—essential knowledge you need to make informed decisions about when to acquire and deploy AI in your lab.


Here is where you will learn about the capabilities of the current generation of AI; how to evaluate different AI products that have different enabling technologies under the hood; and why some functions in your lab are not ready to be handled by AI.


This may be the most important workshop for your management team and your management career because it will provide you with a sound foundation of knowledge about AI—what it is, what it can do, and where it’s going next. You’ll come away with the knowledge and the confidence needed to establish the right path forward for your lab’s use of artificial intelligence.



Early registrations point to the possibility that this unique and valuable AI workshop will probably sell out. Act today to register you and your team to guarantee your prime seat at this important learning opportunity..

Session Details: Era of Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare and Clinical Diagnostics: AI Technologies, Applications, and Best Paths to Deployment

Wednesday, May 1, 2024

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Reception and Exhibition

Thursday, May 2, 2024

7:00 AM - 8:00 AM

Continental Breakfast and Exhibition

8:00 AM - 8:15 AM

Introduction and Overview by Today’s Instructor

Ajit Singh, Managing Director, Artiman Ventures

Ajit Singh,
PhD, 
Managing Director,
Artiman Ventures,
Palo Alto, CA

8:00 AM - 8:15 AM

  • Basics of AI
  • How is Generative AI different? Or is it
  • Applications of AI in Healthcare
  • Applications of AI in Laboratory
  • Data cleansing

9:40 AM - 10:00 AM

Morning Break and Exhibition

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

  • Operations Management, Coding and Billing
  • Assisting the pathologist. Digital Pathology: First reads and second opinions
  • Assisting the referring clinician
  • Supporting Pharma applications, Additional Sources of Revenue
  • Tele-pathology and telemedicine
  • Preparing for AI implementation
  • In-House vs Outsourced

12:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Lunch and Exhibition

1:00 PM - 2:15 PM

  • In-House vs Outsourced
  • Digitize
  • Label
  • Index
  • Pilot
  • Roll-Out
  • Tools available on the market
  • Tools Available in Open Source, Public Domain

2:15 PM - 2:30 PM

Afternoon Break

2:30 PM - 3:45 PM

  • Experiences of others
  • Academic Medical Center example
  • Large Reference Lab example
  • Community Lab practice example
  • Financial Considerations
  • Ethical Considerations

4:30 PM

Summary and End of AI Workshop

Ajit Singh, Managing Director, Artiman Ventures

Ajit Singh,
PhD, 
Managing Director,
Artiman Ventures,
Palo Alto, CA

Space is limited. Register Today!

Who Attends the Executive War College

Health Systems and Hospital Clinical Laboratory and Pathology Leadership

Hospital C-Suite Administrators

Laboratory Vice Presidents

Pathology Lab Directors/Administrators

Laboratory Directors

Molecular and Genetic Lab Leaders

Precision Medicine & Genetic Program Directors/Administrators

Laboratory Section Managers/Leaders/Supervisors

Representative Labs:

  • ACL Laboratories/Advocate Health
  • Cleveland Clinic Laboratories
  • Medical University of South Carolina
  • Johns Hopkins Medicine
  • Baptist Health South Florida
  • Banner Health
  • Intermountain Health Outreach Labs
  • Baylor Scott & White Health
  • Cedars Sinai
  • Santa Monica UCLA Medical Center
  • Fabric Genomics
  • Kaiser Permanente

Independent Laboratories and Pathology Groups

Laboratory Owners/C-Suite/Vice Presidents/Directors

Pathology Group Owners/Directors

Pathology Group Practice Administrators

Physician Group Lab Owners/Directors

Public Health/Population Health VP’s/Directors

Life Sciences/Research Labs

Representative Labs:

  • Mayo Clinic Laboratories
  • ARUP (Reference Lab)
  • LabCorp (Reference Lab)
  • TriCore (Reference Lab)
  • GeneDx
  • Sonic Labs (Reference Lab)
  • Michigan Pathology Specialists (Pathologist Group)
  • Pacific Pathology Labs (Pathology Group)
  • NorDX (Animal Reference Lab)
  • Novartis (Research Pharm (Life Sciences)
  • AstraZeneca (Pharm/Life Sciences)
  • Caris Life Sciences (Pharm/Life Sciences)
  • Sonora Quest (Population Health Division)

Partners and Suppliers to Laboratory and Pathology Groups

In Vitro Diagnostic Manufacturers

LIS/Pathology LIS/LIMS/RCM/IT

Diagnostic Instrument, Product & Technology

Informatics Products and Services

Suppliers of Automation, Analyzers, and Assays

Revenue Cycle Management (RCM), Coding, Billing, and Collections

Legal, Regulatory & Compliance

Representative Companies:

  • Abbott (Diagnostics)
  • Epic Corporation (EMR/LIS)
  • Clinisys LIS
  • Cerner LIS
  • Telcor (Technology)
  • XIFIN (Technology/Informatics)
  • LifePoint Informatics
  • Change Health Care (RCM/billing)
  • HC1 (RCM)
  • Diagnostic Laboratory Services, Inc. (RCM)
  • COLA (Regulatory)
  • College of American Pathologists (Regulatory)
  • Beckman Diagnostics (Diagnostics)
  • Bio-Rad Laboratories (Diagnostics)
  • Hologic (Diagnostics)
  • Cardinal Health (Product & Technology)
  • Davis Wright Tremaine LLP (Legal)