Webinar - Journey to AI in Healthcare

November 4, 12:00pm, CST - 1:00pm, CST



This webinar will include what AI is, how it has evolved, and how it is being incorporated into healthcare today.  Judy will describe examples of how AI can help deliver digital reinvention to move beyond traditional electronic health record tools and the legacy systems we use today.  The impact of cognitive on topics such as healthcare workforce, call centers, population health management, predictive analytics and decision support will be discussed.




Keynote Speaker:


Chief Nursing Officer, IBM Global Healthcare

Minneapolis, MN



LinkedIn Profile

Judy Murphy is Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) at IBM Global Healthcare, where she is responsible for building relationships and expanding business across the healthcare industry.  She is a strategic advisor to clients and helps put together health IT solutions for providers to improve health and healthcare, and lower costs.

Prior to working at IBM, she was CNO and Deputy National Coordinator for Programs and Policy at the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) in Washington D.C.  In these roles, she led federal efforts to assist health care providers in adopting health information technology to improve care and to promote consumers’ greater understanding and use of health information technology for their own health.

She came to ONC with more than 25 years of health informatics experience at Aurora Health Care in Wisconsin, an integrated delivery network with 15 hospitals, 120 ambulatory centers, and over 30,000 employees.  As Vice President-EHR Applications, she led their EHR program since 1995, when Aurora was one of the early adopters of health IT.

She publishes and lectures nationally and internationally.  She served on the AMIA and HIMSS Board of Directors and is a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing and the American College of Medical Informatics and is a HIMSS Lifetime FellowShe has received numerous awards, including the HIMSS 2018 Most Influential Women in Health IT, AMIA 2014 Don Eugene Detmer Award for Health Policy Contributions in Informatics, the HIMSS 2014 Federal Health IT Leadership Award, and the HIMSS 2006 Nursing Informatics Leadership Award.