AI's Impact on the Imaging Landscape: 2023 and Beyond

Nicholas Hula, Research Consultant; Advisory Board

On Demand | Expires 10/1/2024

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The imaging landscape is undergoing a paradigm shift driven by biological, mechanical and technological innovation. Fastest growing among these are advancements in software related to artificial intelligence (AI) and automation. However, as organizations evaluate the role these technologies could play in their operations and strategy, they must navigate an increasingly complex list of vendors, use cases, goals and potential ripple effects.

Join Advisory Board for an overview of current trends related to the imaging landscape, as well as a deep dive into AI’s expanding role in imaging. This will include details on the modalities and functions for which AI has the greatest presence today, how organizations are (and aren’t) seeing value from these investments and how AI is poised to impact imaging operations, strategies and staff workflows.

Learning Objectives


Identify the demand outlook for imaging services


Recognize which upcoming policy updates will impact the imaging market


Describe how organizations are investing in imaging AI and understand how these technologies are poised to impact imaging operations, strategy and staff workflows

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Nicholas Hula, Research Consultant; Advisory Board

Nick currently serves as a Research Consultant with Advisory Board’s Life Sciences, Pharmacy, and Diagnostics research team. In this role, he helps leaders across healthcare form valuable, cross-industry partnerships that enable a more efficient, reliable healthcare delivery system.

Nick joined Advisory Board in 2016 and has led research on a range of topics, including imaging program growth, neurology and neurodiagnostics program strategy, hospital medical device and equipment purchasing strategy, and health care supply chain management.

Prior to joining Advisory Board, Nick worked in business development for the Export-Import Bank of the United States. Nick has also studied globcommerce and foreign relations, receiving his bachelor’s degree in International Business from High Point University.

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