Join the Two-Part Session on November 30 and December 1
Register today! ANSI invites interested stakeholders to a virtual workshop, "Data Standardization as Building Blocks for Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Healthcare,"to be held as a two-part session, on November 30, 2021, from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. ET and December 1, from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. ET. The workshop agenda is now available on the event webpage.
The event will launch work to create a roadmap to coordinate and accelerate standardization enabling AI in healthcare.
Interactive panels will address the following topics:
- The Overview of standards activities and landscape session will focus on trends, themes, insights, and patterns of standards and roadmaps that are being used or being developed, based on ANSI’s AI standards landscape scan and stakeholder survey, as well as standards organization plans.
- Data quality, data measurement, and data management needs in healthcare AI will explore stakeholder requirements for the use of standards in all phases of AI data, data quality, and data measurement in government, patient, provider, and industry use cases, and in future scenarios.
- Gaps, overlaps, and opportunities for coordination panelists will discuss and identify opportunities arising from discrepancies between the needs and wants expressed in stakeholder scenarios and use case requirements, versus the existing and planned standards landscape.
- A roadmap for future action will feature stakeholder engagement toward commitments to collaborative and collective action.
Register to secure your seat:
November 30, Day 1: Register Here
December 1, Day 2: Register Here
Access the event page for the agenda and more information. Stakeholders with questions about the workshop can contact Michelle Deane, director, standards facilitation at email@example.com.
ANSI's AI Efforts Builds on 2020 Workshop
The event builds upon the Institute's earlier workshop to support progress in AI standardization. ANSI’s 2021 report, "Standardization Empowering AI-Enabled Systems in Healthcare," reflects feedback from a 2020 ANSI leadership survey and national workshop, and identifies opportunities for standardization to support data, trust, transparency, governance frameworks, and risk management in this rapidly-growing area.