NADP Knowledge Center
*FREE* Break Down Barriers Between Dentistry and Medicine with AI’s Help (recording)
Recorded On: 02/09/2021
To improve health and lower healthcare costs, dental-medical integration is critical.
In this session, Overjet CEO Dr. Wardah Inam and CDO Dr. Robert Faiella will share the role that artificial intelligence will play in supporting medical-dental integration. You will learn about:
- AI’s ability to aid researchers documenting the link between poor oral health and high medical costs
- Technology approaches to sharing of relevant data between medical and dental professionals
- AI’s capability to support the move towards value-based care by monitoring and measuring outcomes
This webinar is sponsored by:
Wardah Inam, PhD
Chief Executive Officer
Dr. Inam is the CEO of Overjet. Overjet is the leading provider of AI solutions for the dental industry to help improve patient care. She has been ranked among the 32 most influential people in dentistry by Incisal Edge. Prior to founding Overjet, she was the lead product manager at a Silicon Valley based healthcare startup, Q Bio, working on biomedical imaging. Before that, she was a Postdoctoral Fellow at MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab where she worked on remote biomedical sensing using machine learning on wireless signals. Dr. Inam received a PhD from MIT, where she developed AI-powered autonomous microgrid technology. This work received widespread recognition including National Geographic covering it as a breakthrough that could transform the way we power the world. She has also worked on imaging technology at GE Healthcare and at Apple. She is the recipient of the MIT Graduate Women of Excellence Award, and the GIKI University and Presidential Gold Medals.
Dr. Robert Faiella
Chief Dental Officer
Dr. Robert Faiella, DMD, is the Chief Dental Officer of Overjet. Dr. Faiella is the past-president of the American Dental Association and the past-president of the Massachusetts Dental Society. He currently serves on the board of the American Board of Periodontology. He received his graduate training from Harvard School of Dental Medicine and an MBA from MIT Sloan.