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April 17, 2019

AGA Tech Summit recap: Innovation is on the horizon

Here’s what you need to know about artificial intelligence, patient mobile apps, telemedicine and other trends poised to impact the practice of GI.

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The AGA Center for GI Innovation and Technology recently hosted its 10th annual AGA Tech Summit, bringing together innovators, clinicians, MedTech companies, regulatory agency representatives and venture capitalists to collaborate and network. The goal: to ensure a healthy pipeline of GI innovation that ultimately will improve delivery of care and patient outcomes.

Catch up on the most important headlines from the AGA Tech Summit with our GI & Hepatology News meeting report. Topics include:

    • Video: Artificial intelligence and machine learning in GI.
    • Evidence for endoscopic GERD treatments.
    • Video: Leveraging consumer technology in gastroenterology practice.
    • The promise of endoscopy simulation–based training.
    • Virtual reality as a therapeutic tool in gastroenterology.

Meeting News

And the winner is …

Congrats to our AGA Tech Summit Shark Tank winner, Dan Weinstein, CEO of Oshi Health. Oshi is an “all in one” inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) app. It allows patients with IBD to track their symptoms, “uncover hidden patterns affecting wellness,” connect with doctors and other patients, and more. Stay tuned to AGA eDigest for more information on Oshi as well as our other Shark Tank competitors.

 

Dan Weinstein, MBA, CEO of Oshi Health with CGIT chaits

 

Our 2019 Shark Tank winner, Dan Weinstein, MBA, CEO of Oshi Health (middle), pictured with V. Raman Muthusamy, MD, AGAF, FACG, FASGE, chair of the AGA Center for GI Innovation and Technology (left), and Sri Komanduri, MD, AGAF, vice-chair of the center (right).

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