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HITInfrastructure | March 03, 2020
More than 50 organizations recently developed the first-ever ANSI-accredited standard for the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare. The organizations consist of major tech companies and healthcare industry leaders such as Amazon, AT&T, AMA, Fitbit, and Google, which were called on by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA). This standard will set a pathway for implementing medical and healthcare solutions build on AI. Standards are designed to serve the public through re...
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OmniLife | March 25, 2022
OmniLife, a health technology communication and collaboration platform, has partnered with Redox, the industry-leading electronic health record integration and healthcare interoperability platform, to create a new integrated patient management tool as part of its overarching platform that provides end-to-end communication solutions for transplant hospitals.
The new patient modules, OmniReferral and PatientStatus, will allow transplant centers to easily review new referrals and share...
Exo | July 27, 2022
Exo a pioneering health information and medical devices company, announced that it is acquiring Medo, a Canadian developer of artificial intelligence (AI) technology, to make ultrasound imaging faster and simpler to use. By integrating Medo’s proprietary Sweep AI™ technology into its ultrasound platform, Exo will make ultrasound imaging more accessible to a wider range of caregivers.
Ultrasound imaging is complex and requires specialized education and training. This limi...
HealthITAnalytics | January 27, 2020
Advancements in genomics and precision medicine have improved healthcare’s understanding of human disease, but stakeholders will need to address disparities and increase data sharing in order to leverage the full potential of genomic medicine, according to a study published in Nature. Over the past two decades, technological advancements, as well as the collection and analysis of genetic and clinical data, have enhanced the use of genomics in healthcare. With these industry-wide changes, g...
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