The value of AI in population health
Siemens Healthineers’ Dr Liana Romero reflects on her background in clinical biochemistry and public health epidemiology, her work on AI for clinical decision support, and the challenges of implementation and return on investment for artificial intelligence in healthcare.
You have a background in clinical biochemistry and public health epidemiology. How have you come to specialize in artificial intelligence?
Indeed, I started in clinical biochemistry and clinical diagnostic laboratory testing where I gained a deep appreciation for the value of testing in disease diagnosis, monitoring disease…