Lunch and Learn – Legal Implications of AI in Health Care
Recorded on: January 23, 2019
CEU: 1.0 – Privacy and Security
Artificial Intelligence (AI), Healthcare, and the Law
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly evolving in the healthcare industry. AI is an umbrella term for machine learning and deep learning. It is where a machine takes in information and data from its surroundings, and from that, makes the most optimal decision appropriate to the situation. From cancer and Alzheimer’s prediction and treatment to natural language processing (NLP), AI is finding its way into almost every area of medicine. But, as we all know, science moves faster than the law, and if the science is thinking for itself and advancing itself, it will certainly leave legal issues and compliance in the dust. How is AI going to affect your job and your responsibilities under the current state of the law? Let’s find out!
Julie Janeway is a professor of law, political science, and health care administration in the masters and doctoral health care administration programs at Central Michigan University, and a professor of health and business organization law at the Western Michigan University – Cooley Law School. She is also a nationally and internationally requested educator, consultant, and trainer. She is a former Michigan trial attorney with significant experience in health care risk management and compliance, employment law, medical malpractice defense, licensing/regulatory law, governmental relations, and constitutional law. She is currently licensed in Michigan, as well as all levels of the federal courts, including the United States Supreme Court. She is a previously published author of a several books and book chapters, and a significant number of articles on legal, non-legal, medical, and medico-legal topics, and is frequently featured in various peer-reviewed publications. She teaches CME and CE courses across the nation.
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