PCCI’s CEO named a top AI leader by Dallas Innovates, and the Dallas Regional Chamber

PCCI’s CEO named a top AI leader by Dallas Innovates, and the Dallas Regional Chamber

Dallas Innovates, the Dallas Regional Chamber, and Dallas AI have teamed up to launch the inaugural AI 75 list. The 2024 program honors the most significant people in AI in DFW in seven categories—the visionaries, creators, and influencers you need to know. Included in this list, under the “AI Impact Innovators” category is Steve Miff, PhD, CEO of PCCI.

Listed as a “Healthcare Hero” the AI 75 sites many of PCCI’s successful implementations of AI modeling:

“Miff serves on multiple committees guiding AI policy and implementation at Dallas’s Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation, where he’s president and chief executive. Under his leadership, the nonprofit center has developed cutting-edge solutions using artificial intelligence to advance the health and well-being of underserved individuals and populations. Examples include a unique, in-patient model that can identify and intervene in high-risk sepsis cases; a system designed to prevent pediatric asthma; and an innovative, preterm birth prevention program to better serve pregnant women. Miff also has been active nationally, helping to draft codes of conduct and “best practices” guides as AI continues to progress at a rapid pace.”

To read the full story, go to: https://dallasinnovates.com/presenting-the-first-ever-ai-75-meet-the-most-innovative-leaders-in-artificial-intelligence-in-dallas-fort-worth/

In the News: Dallas Innovates – Steve Miff an “Innovator and Disruptor” You Need to Know in 2021

A leading technology media outlet, Dallas Innovates, has included Steve Miff in its news story, “Meet the Future 50: Dallas-Fort Worth Innovators and Disruptors You Need to Know in 2021.” The story includes Steve as a “Care Community Builder” and notes the outstanding work by PCCI during the COVID-19 outbreak as well as the publishing of its book, “Building Connected Communities of Care.” Here is an excerpt and link to the story.

“When COVID-19 began impacting North Texas in March, the data science and clinical experts at PCCI were already hard at work on ways to improve health in the underserved areas of Dallas. The team quickly built, tested, and deployed several patent-pending analytical models using machine learning and geomapping to visualize the progression of cases across the area.”

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