Overview of the Augmented Intelligence in Medicine and Healthcare Initiative (AIM-HI) Initiative

Overview of the Augmented Intelligence in Medicine and Healthcare Initiative (AIM-HI) Initiative & Introducing the AIM-HI & HAIP Joint symposium series.

Video Recording

view presentation deck


Vincent Liu, MD, MS,

Senior Research Scientist at the Kaiser Permanente Northern California Division of Research and  Internal Medicine Physician at The Permanente Medical Group (TPMG).

Dr. Liu’s work focuses on EHR data, machine learning, and health system evaluation with a particular focus on acute care, including sepsis. He is also the Regional Medical Director of Augmented Clinical Intelligence for KP Northern California and directs the Informatics track of the KP DOR Delivery Science Fellowship. His group’s work is funded by NIGMS, NHLBI, AHRQ, and the Moore Foundation and he has served as an invited expert on committees for NIGMS, NQF, and NCQA.

Tommy Wang, PhD is a healthcare and organizational economist who was most recently a program officer at the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation.  At the Moore Foundation, he led the technology strategy within the Diagnostic Excellence Initiative and focused thematically on challenges in clinical machine learning development and application related to data quality, access, and diversity; model transparency and validation; and evaluation of model predictions’ impact on patient outcomes. 

Dr. Liu and Dr. Wang will explain the objectives of AIM-HI and introduce the different projects funded by the program. He will also introduce the AIM-HI and HAIP joint symposium, which will begin in May. The symposium will feature talks on five projects coordinated by the AIM-HI initiative and various topics related to implementing and evaluating AI/ML tools in diverse healthcare settings.