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ANSI’s First “Connecting Communities” Meet-Up Session to Cover Enterprise Risk Management and AI in Healthcare


The American National Standards Institute (ANSI)’s new meet-up series that explores artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare will hold its first session this Thursday to discuss enterprise risk management and AI.

The “Connecting Communities” meet-up series will bring together stakeholders to make connections and discuss various topics of interest. The first session will take place virtually on Thursday, April 28 from 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. ET.

Register for the event.

Topics of discussion will include:

  1. What is enterprise risk management in your space?
  2. How do we manage risk of AI as part of overall enterprise risk management (for organizations that have enterprise risk management, but haven’t yet addressed AI)? Looking at different aspects of AI technology, the operational impact of AI (risk analysis, separation of duties, etc.) – what is the same, what is different?
  3. Are traditional risk management approaches appropriate for AI? What risk management approaches are suitable for managing the risk of AI use?
  4. What are the challenges or changes to governance of systems with the introduction of AI?
  5. How do you address the relationship of the IT operating environment and the use of AI tools, including user interactions with the systems and the physical and logical environment in which they are used?
  6. What are the privacy risks with the use of AI applications and are there strategies to manage these risks? How can privacy risk be managed in a way that supports the validity of the data sets of AI-enabled systems while protecting individual privacy?
  7. What is the relationship of data privacy to trustworthiness of AI-enabled systems?
  8. Where do you see issues of overtrust and/or undertrust in AI in healthcare and are there techniques to manage them?
  9. How do you measure and manage bias in AI?
  10. What are recent examples of AI in healthcare going right or wrong that were surprising?


Dr. Christina Silcox, digital health policy fellow at the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy, will moderate the session.

Stakeholder participants from past workshops indicated that networking, informal discussions, and making connections with diverse communities outside their own were extremely valuable, and continued dialogue was requested on the very important topic of AI in healthcare.

Register for the event and share the ANSI meeting event page with your network.


Jana Zabinski

Senior Director, Communications & Public Relations


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Beth Goodbaum

Journalist/Communications Specialist


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