AI for Healthcare Leaders Certificate Program
AI for Healthcare Leaders Certificate Program:
at a glance
Credential(s) Earned: Certificate
Program Length: 3 weeks
Start Date: January 22, 2022
Tuition: Funded by the Future Skills Centre during the granting period (March 2023)
Application Deadline: January 21, 2022
Program Code: AIHL110
As part of the Accelerating the Adoption of Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare project, the AI for Healthcare Leaders Certificate Program aims to support senior healthcare leaders in Canada as they prepare to create Artificial Intelligence (AI)-enabled organizations. This program will challenge leaders to exercise their decision-making skills as they pertain to AI through case studies and interactive expert talks. From the technologies themselves to the infrastructure, policies and procedures, financial plans, and workforce planning required to responsibly deliver AI, this course will prepare leaders through the fundamentals of AI models and the legal, ethical, and cyber security pillars to make adoption successful. Content will be provided online through virtual workshops, post-work, and supplemental materials.
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There is a growing need for a fundamental understanding of how AI can and should be used in different healthcare fields. In response to this need, The Michener Institute and Vector Institute have partnered on a project funded by the Government of Canada’s Future Skills Centre to help accelerate the adoption of AI in healthcare.
This certificate program is part of the initiatives to transform the mindset, skillset, and toolset of the healthcare community through research projects, symposia, roundtables, certificate programs, and a Healthcare AI Incubator.
Visit the Accelerating the Adoption of Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare webpage and join our mailing list for more information about this project and the different initiatives.
Accelerating the Adoption of Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare is funded by the Government of Canada’s Future Skills Centre. Le projet est financé par le Centre des Compétences futures du gouvernement du Canada.
This program is intended for senior healthcare leaders in Canada who are responsible for technology and technology adoption decisions and are currently considering or in the process of implementing AI to transform the quality of care and improve patient outcomes.
The AI for Healthcare Leaders Certificate Program is delivered in English and is designed to support senior healthcare leaders in Canada in creating AI-enabled organizations by establishing the infrastructure, policies and procedures, financial plans, and workforce planning required to responsibly deliver them. No previous knowledge of AI is required.
Through this certificate program, you will:
- Discuss guiding principles and measures of success for responsible AI implementation
- Interpret data from potential AI projects to make approval and priority decisions
- Evaluate the feasibility of different types of AI technology by considering budget, resource allocation, AI model efficacy, and engineering and infrastructure requirements
- Assess organizational and operational readiness for AI implementation
- Develop governance structures and processes for fair and secure AI implementation
- Consider the impact of AI on multiple stakeholders and the change management required for responsible adoption
This program is one (1) course that is made up of three (3) weeks and includes the following topics:
- Revealing what leaders really need to know about AI & machine learning
- Considering legal, ethical, privacy, and equity factors of AI technologies
- Harnessing natural language processing & computer vision to solve healthcare problems
- Accelerating clinical integration of AI technology equitably and responsibly
Each week contains learning objectives, virtual half-day workshops, post-work, and supplementary materials. You are encouraged to identify your own learning needs and go beyond the material provided each week through additional resources.
The virtual half-day workshops will follow the schedule below:
|Morning||Interactive and case study-based lecture.|
|Closing||Summary of the day and review of take-home materials:
Course Dates: January 22 – February 5, 2022
Course Delivery: Online – Facilitated
Virtual Session Time: Saturdays from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm EST
- You must be a senior healthcare leader in Canada
- Computer literacy
- Students must have access to a computer that meets the minimum system requirements, access to the Internet, and an e-mail account
- Access to and basic proficiency with a PDF reader, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft PowerPoint are also required as they are used to access course material and submit evaluation items
Note: This program is delivered in English
Registration Deadline: 21 January 2022
Program Start Date: 22 January 2022
When will I receive confirmation of my registration?
A confirmation email will be sent to you in January.
When will I gain access to the program?
Course access information will be emailed two (2) days before the start of the program.
Additional Accelerating AI in Healthcare Project Programs
- AI for Clinician Champions Certificate Program
Through this six (6)-week program, practicing clinicians in Canada will be provided with an overview of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in healthcare environments, data and risk management considerations, communicating AI opportunities, and change management strategies.
- Healthcare AI Incubator
Through this six (6)-month program, healthcare teams in Canada will gain assistance with their AI projects through mentoring time from relevant experts and free access to select educational resources.
These programs are sponsored by the Future Skills Centre during the granting period (March 2023).
Other Michener Programs
- Special Topics in the Digital Revolution: The Road to Artificial Intelligence in Health Care 101
Through this six (6)-week access course, anyone who is interested will learn about artificial intelligence in the Canada context, its effects on privacy and ethics in professional practices, and its impacts on educational and workplace environments.
- Artificial Intelligence Fundamentals Course
This 12-week online course provides an introduction to the discipline of artificial intelligence and will lay the groundwork for understanding AI. Starting with a brief history, it then discusses concepts and models required for learning how to apply AI with specific references to the healthcare environment.
- Artificial Intelligence in Health Care Certificate Program
Through this 15-month program, certified/regulated health care providers, IT professionals, and health care informatics professionals will acquire data science and analytic skills, learn how to implement AI solutions, and participate in creating an AI solution.
- Digital Health and Data Analytics Advanced Diploma
Through this two (2)-year program with practicums, professionals with a bachelor’s degree will develop a deep understanding of the key concepts, issues and challenges in digital health and data analytics, along with the ever-changing capabilities of AI and machine learning and the role they play in patient-driven healthcare and personalized medicine.
Master’s Programs Supported by Vector
- AI Master’s: Building Ontario’s Ecosystem
The Vector Institute maintains a list of master’s programs that meet its industry-focused requirements for AI skills and competencies. Vector also provides a scholarship and career support for students enrolled in those programs.
- Artificial Intelligence in Health Profession Education Journal Club, TIER, UHN
- Digital and AI Mental Health Certificate, camh
- CrashCourse: Artificial Intelligence
- CrashCourse: Statistics (the last quarter of videos focus on AI and machine learning)
- CrashCourse: Computer Science
International Travel Notice:
If you are scheduled for a Continuing Education workshop onsite within 14 days of your return from international travel, we require you to connect with your Program Assistant. You will be required to reschedule your workshop/course until after the 14 days has passed.
COVID Vaccine Requirement:
Effective September 7th all learners, faculty and staff must provide proof of at least one-dose of approved COVID-19 vaccine to participate in any in-person learning or on-site activities. Proof of full vaccination will be required as of October 8th, 2021.