Dr Phil Koczan

NHS England

Dr Koczan has been a GP in Chingford North East London for over 25 years. He is a fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners and a member of their Health Informatics Group. He is also a Founding Fellow of the Faculty of Clinical Informatics
He has a long interest in Medical informatics and is the CCIO for Digital Interoperability for NHS England (London Region). He has a national role as Senior Clinical Advisor to the Digital Development team for NHS England. He also has an interest in Clinical Safety and is a Clinical Advisor to the PRSB (Professional Record Standards Body),

His particular interest is around both the application of technology to support care and bringing data together from different care settings to support patient care and quality improvement.

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Assessing the application of Artificial Intelligence and its use in the NHS

This seminar will look at the evolving field of Artificial Intelligence and the potential for use within the NHS. It will particularly focus on how the Clinical Safety can be assessed and the evolving policies and standards that should be used.

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