Dr Matthew Willis

Health Informatics Research Fellow, University of Michigan

I am a Health Informatics Research Fellow at the University of Michigan in the School of Information and a Research Associate at the University of Oxford in the Oxford Internet Institute. I am interested in the use of AI, machine learning, blockchain, health data, and emerging technologies in healthcare. Specifically, how the day-to-day use and design of these technologies impacts patients, providers, and organizations.

4.10 - 4.25 PM

Thursday 24th Sept

The Future of Healthcare: Computerisation, Automation, and General Practice Services

Dr Matt Willis is the lead researcher for a study exploring automation in primary care, funded by the Health Foundation, based at the Oxford Internet Institute at the University of Oxford.

4.25 - 4.40 PM

Thursday 24th Sept

NHS Experience

The challenges in Primary Care, what is the experience on the front line? What will work and will not?

4.40 - 4.55 PM

Thursday 24th Sept

AI & Automation in Industry

The use of Automation is fuelling the 4th revolution across health, banking, insurance, telecoms and utilities. What has the experience been?

4.55 - 5.10 PM

Thursday 24th Sept

Robotic Process Automation Intelligent Mapping

I am leading the Robotic Process Automation intelligent mapping so that we can provide a national platform for knowledge-sharing and developing best practices around the automation in the health and social care.

5.10 - 5.30 PM

Thursday 24th Sept

Q&A / Discussion

An opportunity to ask questions from the experts and discuss the challenges and the opportunity going forward.