Josh Budman, SVP, Research & Incubation at Net Health, discusses new research that revealed artificial intelligence could save the healthcare industry $360B a year. He talks about what AI is going to mean to the future of healthcare, the challenges facing more widespread adoption, and Net Health’s AI-powered wound care app that is currently being used to improve clinical outcomes, ensure data accuracy and reduce costs in acute, outpatient, and community settings.
Joshua Budman is a technologist specializing in machine learning, computer vision and the development of integrated healthcare applications. He holds a B.S. in biomedical engineering from Johns Hopkins University and received his MSE in biomedical engineering from the Johns Hopkins Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design. Josh currently serves as the SVP of Research & Incubation for Net Health. Previously, Josh served as the CTO of the digital health startup, Tissue Analytics, where he helped integrate his company’s AI-based digital imaging product with many of the major electronic medical record systems. Tissue Analytics was acquired by Net Health in the spring of 2020.