Upcoming Meetings

Meetings are generally held on the third Friday of every month, or as set forth below:

March 17 -- ChatGPT/ Dues Reminder

Our next meeting of Health TechNet will be held on Friday, March 17 from 12:00 noon to 2 pm at Nelson Mullins’ offices in Washington, D.C. The topic will be ChatGPT in Healthcare, designed specifically for our members operating in the healthcare industry.  Have you GPTChat’d yet?

ChatGPT is a large-scale natural language processing model that has been trained on a massive corpus of diverse texts. Developed by OpenAI, ChatGPT can generate human-like responses to a wide range of prompts, such as questions, conversations, and even creative writing. ChatGPT's impressive performance is due to its ability to learn from context and generate plausible, coherent responses that are difficult to distinguish from those written by humans. It has important applications in various fields, including chatbot development, language translation, and content creation. The program will include an overview of the technology and a panel discussion to dive into the capabilities and potential use cases. Thanks to Dr. Nick van Terheyden for organizing and leading this interesting program.

It’s also that time of the year to renew your membership in Health TechNet and pay your annual dues if you have not already done so for 2023.  Our dues are a modest $225 per year per organization. Along with fostering commitment to the group, the dues enable us to cover the costs of our meals and other expenses.  An invoice is attached, and you can bring a check to the meeting or send me one at David Main’s Nelson Mullins address below.  (There is also an option to pay via Zelle, as described on the invoice.) Thanks to all of you for your continued loyalty and participation in this splendid group.

The meeting will be held in Nelson Mullins’ 9th floor Rotunda conference room. There is easy access to the office by Metro and car, and parking is available in the building at a cost to the member of around $25. Directions and a map are attached.  (The parking entrance is on 2nd street on the west side of the building.) While we encourage in-person attendance to foster better interpersonal interaction, for this topic we will also make a zoom link available to those requesting it.

A light lunch will be served. Your RSVP as soon as possible would greatly assist us on the food count and name tags, as would your notifying us in the event you accept but later cannot attend so we don’t waste your dues money on extra meals.

We look forward to seeing you once again on March 17! 

David Main and Jim Oakes