The (ABAIR) has announced the appointment of seven executive advisory board of directors to guide the development and growth of the organization.
(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- Eugene, Oregon Sep 19, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Founders of the recently formed American Board of Artificial Intelligence (ABAIR) have announced the appointment of seven executive advisory boards of directors to guide the development and growth of the organization whose goal is to provide hospital-based and private radiology department administrators and technologists with opportunities to further their knowledge of artificial intelligence (AI) applications in medical imaging.
The following individuals have been named to the ABAIR Board of Directors:
- Aashim Bhatia, MD, MS, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and Assistant Professor of Radiology at the Perelman School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA
- Nick Bryan, MD, Ph.D., emeritus professor of radiology, Perelman School of Medicine, Philadelphia, Pa
- Joseph Fay, MSM, RT(R)(CT), Clinical Director, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
- Ari Goldberg, MD, Ph.D., Medical Director, Body Imaging, and Medical Director, MRI at Loyola University Medical Center
- Enrico Rick Perez, Emeritus Director of Imaging, Winthrop University
- Jacqui Rose MBA, CRA, FAHRA Operational Director Premier Health Partners
- Fran Glick Administrative Director Imaging Services Emeritus
- Di Lacey Vice President WesternU Oregon
“We are excited to have such a high-level mix of industry individuals on the ABAIR board,” said Tom McLaughlin, RT, MBA, founding member of ABAIR.
“Having both radiology Administrators and radiologists will help us “stay the course” to execute a great course for the meeting attendees,” agreed Matt Wilson Founding member of ABAIR.
The ABAIR (Ai for Radiology Administrators and Technologists) is a comprehensive two-day course developed by a team of experts within the AI space. The primary focus of this course is to empower radiology personnel to evaluate AI tools and technology for their department.
“There is no doubt that the world of AI is coming to radiology at a rapid pace. This board will help us shape the course now and for the future,” said Orest Boyko, founding member of ABAIR.
In addition to the course, ABAIR also plans to offer certification and spell out AIR on first reference, or AIR, credits. AIR credits will be a unique way for attendees to further their knowledge of AI applications in radiology. In partnership with industry colleagues, ABAIR seeks to help the next generation of medical professionals obtain a greater understanding of AI technology.
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