radiology

Augmedix Launches National Roll-Out of Tech-Enabled Virtual Scribes to Assist Busy ED Clinicians

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What You Should Know: – Augmedix, a provider of remote medical documentation and live clinical support launches the national rollout of a transformative tech-enabled medical documentation service powered by virtual scribes and created specifically for busy Emergency Department (ED) environments. – Augmedix trains remotely-located scribes… Read More »Augmedix Launches National Roll-Out of Tech-Enabled Virtual Scribes to Assist Busy ED Clinicians

QGenda Acquires Automated Provider Scheduling Platform Shift Admin – M&A

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What You Should Know: – QGenda has acquired Shift Admin, an industry-recognized leader for shift-based specialties including emergency medicine, urgent care, and hospital medicine. With the industry-leading scheduling technology for all specialties across the healthcare delivery system, QGenda’s technology will ensure care is available for… Read More »QGenda Acquires Automated Provider Scheduling Platform Shift Admin – M&A

AI Algorithms Can Predict Outcomes of COVID-19 Patients with Mild Symptoms in ER

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What You Should Know: – Artificial intelligence algorithms can predict outcomes of COVID-19 patients with mild symptoms in emergency rooms, according to recent research findings published in Radiology: Artificial Intelligence journal. – Researchers trained the algorithm from data on 338 positive COVID-19 patients between the… Read More »AI Algorithms Can Predict Outcomes of COVID-19 Patients with Mild Symptoms in ER

Docs are ROCs: a simple fix for a “methodologically indefensible” practice in medical AI studies

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By LUKE OAKDEN-RAYNER Anyone who has read my blog or tweets before has probably seen that I have issues with some of the common methods used to analyse the performance of medical machine learning models. In particular, the most commonly reported metrics we use (sensitivity,… Read More »Docs are ROCs: a simple fix for a “methodologically indefensible” practice in medical AI studies

GE Healthcare Unveils First X-Ray AI Algorithm to Assess ETT Placement for COVID-19 Patients

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What You Should Know: – GE Healthcare announced a new artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm to help clinicians assess Endotracheal Tube (ETT) placements, a necessary and important step when ventilating critically ill COVID-19 patients. – The AI solution is one of five included in GE Healthcare’s… Read More »GE Healthcare Unveils First X-Ray AI Algorithm to Assess ETT Placement for COVID-19 Patients

Providence Taps Nuance to Develop AI-Powered Integrated Clinical Intelligence

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What You Should Know: – Nuance Communications, Inc. and one of the country’s largest health systems, Providence, announced a strategic collaboration, supported by Microsoft, dedicated to creating better patient experiences and ease clinician burden. – The collaboration centers around Providence harnessing Nuance’s AI-powered solutions to… Read More »Providence Taps Nuance to Develop AI-Powered Integrated Clinical Intelligence

Mobile Point-of-Care Ultrasound Is Now A Frontline Warrior in Pandemic

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Diku Mandavia, M.D., SVP, Chief Medical Officer at FUJIFILM Sonosite Health authorities need to prioritize delivery and the repurposing of mobile point-of-care ultrasound machines which have proven to be reliable, affordable, and effective in saving the lives of coronavirus patients.   Most Americans are familiar with… Read More »Mobile Point-of-Care Ultrasound Is Now A Frontline Warrior in Pandemic

AWS, PHDA Collaborate to Develop Breast Cancer Screening and Depression Machine Learning Models

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What You Should Know: – Amazon Web Services (AWS) and the Pittsburgh Health Data Alliance (PHDA) announce a collaboration to produce more accurate machine learning models for breast cancer screening and depression. – In work funded through the PHDA-AWS collaboration, a research team led by… Read More »AWS, PHDA Collaborate to Develop Breast Cancer Screening and Depression Machine Learning Models

Caption Health AI Awarded FDA Clearance for Point-of-Care Ejection Fraction Evaluation

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What You Should Know: – Caption Health AI is awarded FDA 510(k) clearance for its innovative point-of-care ejection fraction evaluation. – Latest AI ultrasound tool makes it even easier to automatically assess ejection fraction, a key indicator of cardiac function, at the bedside–including on the… Read More »Caption Health AI Awarded FDA Clearance for Point-of-Care Ejection Fraction Evaluation

Allscripts, Microsoft Ink 5-Year Partnership to Support Cloud-based Sunrise EHR, Drive Co-Innovation

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What You Should Know: – Allscripts and Microsoft sign a five-year partnership extension to support Allscripts’ cloud-based Sunrise electronic health record and drive co-innovation. – The alliance will enable Allscripts to harness the power of Microsoft’s platform and tools, including Microsoft Azure, Microsoft Teams, and… Read More »Allscripts, Microsoft Ink 5-Year Partnership to Support Cloud-based Sunrise EHR, Drive Co-Innovation