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IMAGING Management

#ACR2019: AI-LAB™ democratising radiology AI

2019 10 Apr

A new initiative launched by the ACR Data Science Institute aims to empower radiologists to develop artificial intelligence ( AI ) algorithms at their own institutions, with the use of their own patient data, t o meet their own clinical needs . The institute's ACR AI-LAB™ is a data science toolkit designed to help radiologists l earn... Read more

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AI ethical-legal issues: CAR White Paper

2019 10 Apr

Artificial intelligence ( AI ) software that analyses medical images is becoming increasingly prevalent. However, the promise of AI as a tool for promoting and enhancing personalised medicine can only be fulfilled with access to large quantities of medical data from patients. This data could be used for purposes such as predicting disease, diagnosis,... Read more

Health Management

Volume 19 - Issue 1, 2019

2019 21 Jan

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Executive Health Management

Digitizing healthcare

2019 21 Jan

Affidea launches new digital tools in its network to improve patient experience and boost operations workflow. Affidea, the leading pan-European provider of advanced diagnostic imaging, outpatient and cancer care services, has announced the launch of two new applications to drive forward the digitisation of its operations and increase productivity... Read more

IMAGING Management

Wake Radiology Launches EnvoyAI Platform in First-of-Kind Implementation

2018 30 May

Artificial intelligence platform provider, EnvoyAI , recently completed their first successful customer installation at Wake Radiology  in Raleigh, North Carolina.  Wake Radiology is using the platform to provide physicians access to EnvoyAI’s growing marketplace of over 53 Artificial Intelligence (AI) engines that may be applied to their medical... Read more

ICU Management

ATS 2017: Machine Learning May Help to Identify Sepsis Early

2017 24 May

Using electronic health records (EHRs) to identify patients in hospital at risk for sepsis is now possible using machine learning. Machine learning does not rely on rules, but is able to learn complex patterns in data without being programmed to do so. Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania Health System presented their study of a machine-learning... Read more

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Algorithm Developed to Match Motor Vehicle Crash Victims to Best Place for Care

2016 21 May

Getting motor vehicle crash victims to the most appropriate healthcare facility may be easier in future, with the assistance of a computer algorithm developed by a team of biomechanical specialists and clinicians at Wake Forest University , Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The researchers developed the Occupant Transportation Decision Algorithm (OTDA)... Read more

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Biomarker Guided Antibiotic Therapy: What’s New?

2016 11 Mar

The aim of the present review is to summarise the current evidence for the use of biomarkers in facilitating therapeutic decision-making by guiding and tailoring the prescription and the duration of antibiotic therapy. The main benefits of this strategy are a potential reduction of antibiotics overuse in critically ill patients. Overuse of antibiotics... Read more

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VAP: Old Definitions like Old Wine May Be Best?

2016 08 Mar

A single centre retrospective study that evaluated the accuracy in high-risk trauma patients of the infection-related ventilator-associated complications (IVAC) algorithm for detecting ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP) found that it failed to detect nearly three-quarters of patients with VAP. The study is published in Respiratory Care . Following... Read more

IMAGING Management

US Can Improve Ovarian Cancer Diagnosis

2016 19 Jan

Ovarian cancer tends to be diagnosed late and currently lacks effective screening tests , unlike breast cancer. Newly published research reports a promising model to aid diagnosis. An algorithm for the assessment of adnexal masses with ultrasound allows quantification of the risk of malignancy, according to work published in the American Journal... Read more