Chief Technology & Innovation Strategist at Montefiore Medical Center (NY)
He has 25 years of clinical IT informatics and management experience within leading academic health care systems. His work focuses on improving patient care with use of advanced clinical informatics, specializing in medical imaging and innovation. He was previously Technical Director of Radiology Informatics at Mount Sinai Medical Center and was on the pioneering team that developed the first EHR at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center.
Dr Michel Bodkier
Co-founder and General manager at VEDICI Group (#2 Health System in France)
MD, Phd , specialized in ultra sounds vascular examinations during 12 years in Bordeaux, I co-founded Vedici ,based in Paris , an health management Cie in 2000.
Vedici-Vitalia is the second largest health company in France, with 82 facilities covering all the French region,14 000 employees, 3200 doctors, and 1,2 billions of income per year.
Our facilities are in Medicine, obstetrics, surgery, rehabilitation centres, radiotherapy, and our next goal is to go International, especially in Israel in the field of radiotherapy.
Panel: WHAT DATA DO WE REALLY NEED?
Dr Leonid Bakman
Co-founder and CEO of Israel Innovation Institute and Entrepreneur
Participants: Dr Michel Bodkier, Mony Weschler
Prof Chen Shapira
CoMD, MPA - CEO of Haifa and West Galilee area of Clalit Health Services.
Previously the CEO of The Lady Davis Carmel Medical Center in Haifa. Chen is also a board certified cardiologist, and an assistant clinical professor at the Technion. She chaired the National Israeli Hospital Committee for Preparedness for Radiological Events for more than 10 years, and serves on the boards of the Israeli Hospital Directors Society and on the Auditing Committee of the Israel Medical Association.
Director, Healthcare informatics, IBM Research
She is leading a worldwide team of researcher’s expert in healthcare data analytics and a local team of machine learning, medical imaging analysis and bioinformatics experts. Michal holds a PhD in physics and completed her postdoctoral studies at UC Berkeley, UC Irvine, and the Hebrew University in the area of Machine Learning. She joined IBM towards the end of 2005 and has since led various projects in the area of machine learning and healthcare. Michal has lead and co-lead a number of multi-disciplinary projects where physicians, data scientists and experts from Pharmaceutical companies joined forces to analyze post launch patient’s data. She co-chaired ten international workshops including the recent Gothenburg workshop on the Pan-European road towards future healthcare.