•  29 November 2023
     14:00 - 15:00

Join Peter-Marc Fortune, CCIO and Consultant Paediatric Intensivist at Manchester University NHS FT, and Dr. Lance Owens, CMIO, and Joshua Wilda, CIO, to hear how fully automated clinical documentation is reducing administrative burden and improving patient and clinician satisfaction at the University of Michigan Health West (UMHW). UMHW is an early adopter of DAX Copilot, a new solution combining conversational and ambient AI with the latest generative AI. The solution securely captures multi-party patient visit conversations and automatically converts them into specialty-specific, structured, clinical summaries for the electronic health record (EHR).

This webinar will include:

UMHW’s journey from speech-enabling their EHR to fully automated clinical documentation.

  • The real-world benefits for healthcare of combining conversational, ambient, and generative AI technology.
  • Discussion on how it can help reduce administrative burden and improve clinician-patient satisfaction across the UK NHS.



Lisa Ali
Lia Ali, Doctor & Healthcare & Design Adviser, NHS England and SLaM NHS FT




Peter Marc
Peter-Marc Fortune, CCIO and Consultant Paediatric Intensivist at Manchester University NHS FT.

I am the CCIO at Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital and have worked in clinical informatics for 20 years at both local and national levels. I believe that digital projects must always be driven by the priorities of both patients and clinicians, and I advocate for national data & UI standards, to support safe practice, recently illustrated by my lead role developing the beta standard for the National electronic Paediatric Early Warning Score.


Lance M. Owens
Lance M. Owens, DO

CMIO/Practicing Physician, The University of Michigan Health‑West

A practicing physician committed to his patients while also supporting University of Michigan Health‑West’s progress into an increasingly digital future. A Navy veteran and practitioner of servant leadership who has consistently gained roles of responsibility since his days as an intern and then family medicine intern at Metro Health. Has guided multiple advances in informatics, including the efficient integration of technology into health care. Contributed innovation, efficiency, education and enhancements for University of Michigan Health‑West’s application of Epic electronic medical records. Applies digital opportunities to strategic planning for health care. Additional leadership contributions include serving on the hospital’s board of directors, as well as on the boards for the Clinically Integrated Network and the University of Michigan Health‑West Foundation. Also served as a physician representative to an initiative to improve physician engagement and satisfaction.