Artificial Intelligence For Ambulatory Care Innovation (AI-4-AI)

The AI-4-AI Laboratory comprises faculty, staff, and students interested in re-imagining ambulatory healthcare settings primarily using AI and computation to augment our existing ambulatory care model.

The Lab broadly focuses on three topics:

  • Digital health technology research and innovations that have the potential to impact the healthcare process directly. We collaborate broadly across disciplines to imagine, prototype, deploy and test new technologic solutions to healthcare challenges or new paradigms. While electronic health records and ambulatory care medicine are the lab’s core focus, our multidisciplinary efforts promise to span a variety of scientific and clinical areas.  We are actively addressing numerous questions in this area. Check out the rest of this site for some of the lab's research, presentations, and publications. 
  • Pipeline development.  We engage students of all ages and backgrounds interested in biomedical informatics, engineering, and relevant science disciplines.  For more about Dr. Johnson's values related to education, see his TEDx talk about the topic.  Our lab culture is highly collaborative and evolving into what we hope will be a student-led academic powerhouse!
  • Health and science communication to inform and change behavior.  Part of reimagining health care is communication about important advances--not just to clinicians but also to patients!  Dr. Johnson uses numerous digital communication techniques to communicate, including podcasts, film, feature-length products, and writings, and welcomes students with similar interests.