Webinar – Ethical and Safety Risks from Bias in Healthcare AI

January 19, 2023
10:00am - 11:00am Pacific Time
CHI owner insured hospital and long-term care risk managers, patient safety officers, quality improvement, diversity leaders, nurse leaders, physician leaders, procurement managers, and information technology personnel.


If your organization is using any type of artificial intelligence (AI), understanding how the technology is making decisions for your institution and patients can be daunting.  Healthcare leaders have a responsibility to mitigate the risks of AI on patient safety and bias in AI decision making.  Join us for this one hour webinar discussing these topics, learn about current research in AI bias and tools to help address these challenges.

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Learning Objectives

At the end of the webinar, the participant should be able to:

1. Explain that bias in AI can impact patient safety, so we must prepare to mitigate that risk.
2. Discuss project aimed at putting guardrails and accountability around the use of AI in health care to mitigate bias.
3. Review practical tools and considerations for your entity.

Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider number 12205 for 1 contact hour.

This meeting has been approved for a total of 1.0 contact hours of Continuing Education Credit toward fulfillment of the requirements of ASHRM designations of FASHRM (Fellow) and DFASHRM (Distinguished Fellow) and towards CPHRM renewal. 


Lindsey Jarrett, PhD                                        Maggie L. Neustadt JD, CPHRM, FASHRM
The Center for Practical Bioethics                   VP Risk and Claims Management
                                                                          Saint Luke’s Health System

Lindsey Jarrett, PhD

Dr. Lindsey Jarrett has extensive experience in program management, research, leadership, and academic writing across the non-profit, academic, for-profit, and government sectors. As a social scientist she has worked to better understand and provide evidence-based interventions, practices, and processes to underserved communities as they interact with the numerous systems (e.g., healthcare, education, community programs) across their life span. Her work as a clinical researcher has improved clinical decision making for providers in the areas of opioid safety, infection control, readmission prevention, maternal mortality, social determinants of health, and post-acute care. More recently, she has broadened her understanding of ethical decision making in clinical research and development and how decisions across the product/technology continuum impact healthcare institutions, those they serve, and society at large. Dr. Jarrett currently is the Program Director and Principal Investigator for the Ethical AI Initiative at The Center for Practical Bioethics and a Consultant for RB Management Consultants. Her work across various sectors has created several collaborative initiatives and projects to positively impact the field of clinical research and assist stakeholders in implementing evidence-based practices across healthcare, education, and program development. Dr. Jarrett holds a PhD in Therapeutic Science from the University of Kansas and currently resides in Kansas City, Missouri.

Maggie Neustadt, JD, CPHRM, FASHRM

Maggie L. Neustadt, JD CPHRM FASHRM is the Vice President of Risk and Claims Management at Saint Luke’s Health System in Kansas City, Missouri. Maggie manages the professional and general liability claims and advises the health system on clinical risk identification, reduction and mitigation strategies. She is a driver of patient safety initiatives and acts as a patient safety liaison facilitating disclosure conversations with patients and families following significant unexpected events.

Maggie is a frequent presenter on ethical and legal issues to healthcare professionals and associations spanning the continuum of healthcare delivery. She is a member of the American Society of Healthcare Risk Managers and was awarded certification as a Professional Healthcare Risk Manager from the American Hospital Association and was awarded Fellow designation in 2020.






Web Access

Zoom connection information is auto-generated and emailed to the participant upon registration.  Each participant has a unique link for connection.


Zoom connection information is auto-generated and emailed to the participant upon registration.  Each participant has a unique link for connection.