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  • The future of imaging is really about the use of artificial intelligence…and moving it from centralized data center environments out to the edge where insights can be discovered and integrated real time in the clinical work flow.

    Andrew Bartley
    Senior Sales Solutions Architect, INTEL
  • The Future of imaging is futuristic. Very futuristic. And it’s happening very quickly. We’ve seen so many major changes in a very short period of time. So, I expect tomorrow to be completely different than today. So as we continue to grow across our network, we are continually looking at what the new and latest technology that is out there.

    Helene Oplinger
    Administrator, St. Luke's University Health Network
  • We have the opportunity to deliver healthcare that's better, safer, less expensive. And I think if we participate in the right way and collaborate with the companies that are working on this, I think it's going to be a very exciting phase and one that is very good for our patients.

    Dr. Robert Wachter
    Professor and Chair of the Department of Medicine, UCSF
  • Beyond how technology gets used today to effectively deliver care, I think it’s incumbent on organizations like GE like Microsoft to think about tomorrow and what the future looks like.

    Dr. Simon Kos
    Chief Medical Officer and Senior Director, Worldwide Health, Microsoft