Are you managing data or serving patients?
There is a clear, big data problem… a staggering expansion of data, knowledge, tools and…frustration. Confusion on buzz phrases like “machine learning” and “artificial intelligence” can make those terms meaningless.
Join us on April 30 for practical clarification, and learn how the Rothman Index (RI) uses machine learning to make a difference for patients and clinical teams.
The RI is the first algorithm that derives one simple score from the vast amount of data in the electronic medical record (EMR) to create a picture of any patient’s condition over time – any age, any disease, any unit. We calculate the RI from hundreds of data points using a patented algorithm, allowing detection of patient decline hours or days earlier than alternative acuity measure methods; and giving clinicians more time to affect the patient’s outcome.
The RI is the only algorithm proven to reduce mortality in practice.
Michael Rothman, Ph.D., Co-founder and Chief Science Officer
Joseph Beals, Ph.D., Vice President, Informatics and Innovation
Hospital executives, clinicians, and information technology professionals who need to identify patients at risk of rapid decline, make decisions about transfer and discharge, predict the risk of severe infection, and improve the overall efficiency and quality of care.
Apr 30, 2019, 2-2:30 p.m. ET