The Stakeholder Engagement Core (SEC) will effectively elicit important stakeholder perspectives relevant to the development and integration of AI technology to improve the health and well being of older adults.

Core Leadership:

Thomas Cudjoe, MD

Thomas Cudjoe, MD

Co-Director, Stakeholders Core
Stakeholders Core Core Leaders
Nancy Schoenborn, MD, MHS

Nancy Schoenborn, MD, MHS

Co-Director, Stakeholders Core
Stakeholders Core Core Leaders Access to Underserved Populations of Older Adults
An AI-generated drawing of a male doctor speaking to an elderly woman, accompanied by two mobile robots. The humans are both sitting in chairs. The doctor is taking notes. One robot holds a tray of refreshments. This image was created using a free version of Bing Image Creator (https://www.bing.com/create) that runs on a text-to-image conditional diffusion model named DALL-E 3.
This image was created using a free version of Bing Image Creator that runs on a text-to-image conditional diffusion model named DALL-E 3.

Core Activities:

  • Establish a Stakeholder Engagement Council to provide guidance and input through all stages of the AITC project.
  • Identify and prioritize technology needs that have the most potential to improve the care and health of older adults.
  • Provide resources, training and support to Pilot grantees.