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The digital revolution has changed every aspect of our lives – from the way we communicate to the way we live and interact. We are slowly moving towards this transformation in healthcare, where big data, predictive analytics and Artificial Intelligence (AI) can do for healthcare what it has done for other industries. We have already started to see some of its benefits, from image interpretation to autom

Newly announced apps and AI-powered devices built on “Edison” demonstrate why an ability to integrate data from millions of systems and devices may bring real change to the healthcare industry For years, advocates have hyped artificial intelligence’s (AI) potential to do for healthcare what it’s doing for other industries – personalize recommendations, prioritize searches, and tag pictures. Inv

UK hospital announces first-of-its-kind hospital Command Center in Europe to improve efficiency and patient care Every day, up to 400 people come through the Emergency Department (ED) doors at Bradford Royal Infirmary (BRI) in Northern England. The hospital serves 500,000 people who live in Bradford and communities across Yorkshire, one of the largest regions in all of England. Over the last decade, ED at

Combining applied intelligence, analytics and technologies enabled a radiology center in Germany to reduce patient wait times for an MR exam from 6-8 weeks to just 1-2 weeks Radiomed, a private practice with nine locations across West-Central Germany, recently led a pioneering project combining digital tools with MR technology to increase productivity and quality in imaging. The program brings togeth

Dr. Albert Hsiao co-developed the new ViosWorks MR software package to help speed up cardiac MRI exams It all started with a simple request made in the depths of one of the nation’s best hospitals. “Hey, I want to show you something.” Anja Brau was finishing up a meeting in the basement of Stanford Hospital with Dr. Albert Hsiao, MD, PhD, then a radiology resident at Stanford. Hsiao, who has

A partnership between Vanderbilt University Medical Center and GE Healthcare will create AI-powered apps to enable safer and more precise immunotherapies. When two doctors oceans apart were jointly awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their work in immunotherapy – the breakthrough treatment that turns the body’s own immune system against the cancer

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