With healthcare organizations increasingly turning to AI for better care outcomes and hospital operations, one of the biggest challenges they face comes at the moment of deployment. Organizations could face challenges making the most of their data.
They may face difficulty finding the right AI partner. In a lot of cases, deployment is staggered owing to poor roadmaps and well-defined outcomes, that help demonstrate a visible win. Overcome these AI deployment challenges by joining KenSci and Microsoft for our webinar ““What derails AI deployments?” 10 lessons from 3 countries”


  • Why healthcare is bullish about AI
  • What the most common deployment challenges are
  • Building the right AI roadmap to showcase a win
  • Stories of health systems that have demonstrated well defined AI strategies
  • How to get started in as little as 30 days




Samir Manjure

Co-Founder & CEO


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Samir Manjure is the co-founder and Chief Executive Officer at KenSci. In his role, Samir oversees everyday business functions such as operations, sales, and product strategy. Prior to KenSci, Samir has held various positions at Microsoft, over a span of 17 years, from program management of all "Advertiser" facing offerings from AdCentre: Web Offering, API offering and Desktop to launching innovative products in Small Business CRM category. Samir co-founded KenSci with a vision to help healthcare payers and providers transform the way they provide care and operate their business, by using machine learning. He holds a Master’s degree from Purdue University and an MBA from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. Samir currently resides in Seattle, where KenSci is headquartered.


Clifford Goldsmith

National Director, US Provider Industry

Microsoft Health and Life Sciences

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Clifford Goldsmith brings a unique experience to Microsoft as a physician who also has over 33 years of know-how envisioning, designing, developing, and selling high-performance solutions for the healthcare industry. He has been with Microsoft’s Healthcare team for more than 18 years and in his current role of National Director, he designs, develops and executes Microsoft’s strategy for the US Healthcare Provider Industry. Dr. Goldsmith has focused on numerous areas of healthcare information technology including accountable care organizations and patient centered medical homes, healthcare AI, Genomics, pharmaceutical clinical trials, medical devices and embedded systems, agents for home care and patient engagement. He has also served as Chief Medical Officer of Aptima Corporation, where he led a team in transitioning well-tested concepts on human-centered engineering from aviation and the military into healthcare. Prior to joining Microsoft in 1998, Dr. Goldsmith worked for Harvard University’s Department of Medicine and the Center for Clinical Computing, developing and managing various aspects of the EHR for both Beth Israel and Brigham and Women’s Hospitals. During this appointment, he pioneered full, remote access electrocardiograph (ECG) integration with the EHR. He founded and managed LINK Medical which delivered a commercial product that integrated ECGs and other waveform diagnostics into the EHR. He joined the HL7 (Health Level 7) Committee in its early years and collaborated on both the Order Entry and Results Reporting standards. Dr. Goldsmith received a B.S. and a M.B.B.Ch (MD) from the University of Witwatersrand, South Africa.

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