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TDP 120: Baptist Health's CMIO, Dr. Brett Oliver: Championing Ambient Voice Tech, Safe AI Rollouts, and The Future of Remote Care

February 22, 2024
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On this episode of "The Digital Patient" podcast, hosts Alan Sardana & Dr. Joshua Liu speak with Dr. Brett Oliver, Chief Medical Information Officer at Baptist Health, about "Championing Ambient Voice Tech, Safe AI Rollouts, The Future of Remote Care, and more..." Click the play button to listen or read the show notes below.

Audio:

Video:

Guest(s):

  • Dr. Brett Oliver, Chief Medical Information Officer at Baptist Health
  • Dr. Joshua Liu (@joshuapliu), Co-founder & CEO at SeamlessMD

Episode 120 - Show Notes:

[00:01:17] Dr. Oliver's reflection on choosing family medicine, valuing generalist nature and continuity with patients.

[00:05:45] Transition into informatics, motivated by a mentor's invitation to lead Epic implementation.

[00:03:40] Why Dr. Oliver believes residency should be 3+ years given the breadth of medical knowledge that exists.

[00:10:23] Early adoption and vision for ambient voice technology to enhance patient care without the distraction of computers.

[00:15:30] Approach to rolling out new tech, focusing on suitability for various specialties and emphasizing user choice.

[00:22:00] Concerns and excitement for AI in healthcare, balancing innovation with caution to maintain clinical acumen.

[00:27:03] Dr. Oliver discusses this recent JAMA Pediatrics study1 on AI's diagnostic inaccuracies in pediatrics, emphasizing the challenge of applying AI to complex clinical scenarios.

1 Barile J, Margolis A, Cason G, et al. Diagnostic Accuracy of a Large Language Model in Pediatric Case Studies. JAMA Pediatr. Published online January 02, 2024. doi:10.1001/jamapediatrics.2023.5750

[00:33:34] Utilizing TytoCare devices in urgent care for efficient patient management and envisioning future telehealth applications.

Fast 5 Lightning Round:

1. What is your favorite book or book you've gifted the most?
"Think Again" by Adam Grant, for its fresh perspectives and insights.

2. Who is a person, either dead or alive, you'd love to meet?
My great grandfather, the chaplain at Bataan during WWII, to understand his experiences and faith.

3. Would you rather have super speed, super strength, or the ability to read people's minds?
Mind reading.

4. What is something in healthcare you believe that others might find insane?
The continued use of the fax machine in healthcare.

5. If you could travel back in time to any event or moment, what would it be and why?
Witness Jesus teaching on Earth, to see firsthand the context and impact of his teachings.

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TDP 120: Baptist Health's CMIO, Dr. Brett Oliver: Championing Ambient Voice Tech, Safe AI Rollouts, and The Future of Remote Care

Posted by:
seamless
on
February 22, 2024

Subscribe on: RSS | SPOTIFY | APPLE PODCAST | GOOGLE | BREAKER | ANCHOR

On this episode of "The Digital Patient" podcast, hosts Alan Sardana & Dr. Joshua Liu speak with Dr. Brett Oliver, Chief Medical Information Officer at Baptist Health, about "Championing Ambient Voice Tech, Safe AI Rollouts, The Future of Remote Care, and more..." Click the play button to listen or read the show notes below.

Audio:

Video:

Guest(s):

  • Dr. Brett Oliver, Chief Medical Information Officer at Baptist Health
  • Dr. Joshua Liu (@joshuapliu), Co-founder & CEO at SeamlessMD

Episode 120 - Show Notes:

[00:01:17] Dr. Oliver's reflection on choosing family medicine, valuing generalist nature and continuity with patients.

[00:05:45] Transition into informatics, motivated by a mentor's invitation to lead Epic implementation.

[00:03:40] Why Dr. Oliver believes residency should be 3+ years given the breadth of medical knowledge that exists.

[00:10:23] Early adoption and vision for ambient voice technology to enhance patient care without the distraction of computers.

[00:15:30] Approach to rolling out new tech, focusing on suitability for various specialties and emphasizing user choice.

[00:22:00] Concerns and excitement for AI in healthcare, balancing innovation with caution to maintain clinical acumen.

[00:27:03] Dr. Oliver discusses this recent JAMA Pediatrics study1 on AI's diagnostic inaccuracies in pediatrics, emphasizing the challenge of applying AI to complex clinical scenarios.

1 Barile J, Margolis A, Cason G, et al. Diagnostic Accuracy of a Large Language Model in Pediatric Case Studies. JAMA Pediatr. Published online January 02, 2024. doi:10.1001/jamapediatrics.2023.5750

[00:33:34] Utilizing TytoCare devices in urgent care for efficient patient management and envisioning future telehealth applications.

Fast 5 Lightning Round:

1. What is your favorite book or book you've gifted the most?
"Think Again" by Adam Grant, for its fresh perspectives and insights.

2. Who is a person, either dead or alive, you'd love to meet?
My great grandfather, the chaplain at Bataan during WWII, to understand his experiences and faith.

3. Would you rather have super speed, super strength, or the ability to read people's minds?
Mind reading.

4. What is something in healthcare you believe that others might find insane?
The continued use of the fax machine in healthcare.

5. If you could travel back in time to any event or moment, what would it be and why?
Witness Jesus teaching on Earth, to see firsthand the context and impact of his teachings.

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