In a world where lines between technology and healthcare blur more each day, I recently had the privilege of conversing with Omer Dror, CEO of Lynx.MD. Our dialogue ventured into the transformative realm of AI, the untapped potential of data, and the inevitable digital shift in gastroenterology. Self-driving cars once seemed a distant dream but today it’s more than a reality. Similarly, present advancements in AI and data analytics are reshaping healthcare in ways we’re only beginning to grasp.
- The AI Revolution: Beyond mere automation, AI stands poised to redefine patient care, from intricate endoscopy procedures to holistic medical record analyses.
- Data’s Uncharted Territory: As we’ve seen in other industries, data is a treasure trove waiting to be harnessed. But how do we extract and refine this “new oil”?
- The Gastroenterologist’s Role: Amidst this tech whirlwind, the GI clinician remains central — provided GIs step up to lead.
Delve into our conversation. It’s not just a glimpse into the future; it’s a roadmap to navigate what’s to come. Data indeed is an emerging ancillary – tap into it. Here’s the interview.
- Over the last decade, the entire industry got digitized
- Why focus on healthcare data? Why specifically GI?
- With PE consolidation also results in large amount of data. But why is volume of data important to extract value?
- The more complex question you want to ask, the larger sample size you need
- Specific examples on the kind of questions that we might be able to ask large data set models
- How does the Lynx.MD AI platform work?
- The AI landscape in healthcare and GI
- How far are we from the holy grail of AI?
- Why clinicians may not want to share data
- If you don’t share the data, here’s the problem
- Why’s data the new oil?
- What’s the economic case for monetizing data for private practice GI?
- Data as a new ancillary
- The impact of convergence in GI
- What is the future of GI?