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Saving lives with an open source solution for AI/ML

Watch recording from September 8, 2021
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There are many strategic initiatives that are driving the need for artificial intelligence (AI) solutions in healthcare. Whether transitioning to value-based care, implementing shared decision-making, improving patient engagement, or analyzing data for health equity, it’s important for healthcare organizations to choose a vendor that allows the flexibility to target IT investments to accomplish current, and future, innovation needs.

Red Hat has a modular framework that can more easily integrate with AI solutions from multiple vendors, meeting you where you are in your AI adoption journey. Additionally, with the power of open source communities, Red Hat® customers can use reference architectures to accelerate and remove barriers to adoption.

Join us as we review a Red Hat customer’s use case in building a sepsis detection solution that directly contributed to saving over 8,000 lives. We’ll walk through the reference architecture, share a demo, and discuss the value that open source brings to your organization.

In this session, we’ll review:

  • The value of open source in building event-driven clinical solutions

  • The role of open source communities in AI

  • A demo for sepsis detection and prevention using AI/ML

Live event date: Wednesday, September 8, 2021 | 1 p.m. EDT 

On-demand event: Available for one year afterward.

Principal Specialist Solution Architect, Global Health Care, Red Hat

Marc Mangus

Principal Specialist Solution Architect, Global Health Care, Red Hat

Marc has 30 years of experience in Product Management, Software Development, and Systems Architecture. Prior to Red Hat, Marc served as a Product Manager/Product Owner at Anthem where he led one of the largest clinical application development projects for the company. Marc has led the product teams at several startup and early-stage companies including serving as CPO for Elva, a wearable medical device company, and as CTO for Health Access Solutions, a clinical software company, and for EmLogis, a healthcare scheduling software company. Marc also designed a network infrastructure solution for interactive television included in Wired Magazine’s Top100 Network Projects. Marc is a pioneer in virtualization and cloud technology and is the author of "Citrix MetaFrame for Windows Terminal Services: The Official Guide."