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HEALTH TECHNOLOGY, MEDICAL DEVICES
Businesswire | May 04, 2023
CharmHealth, a leading cloud-based health IT platform for healthcare establishments and health verticals, announced the integration of large language model AI/GPT within medical provider and staff workflows to bring the power of cutting-edge natural language processing to the fingertips of busy providers and medical staff. Increasing productivity and automating tedious tasks has always been the goal of the CharmHealth platform. Now, with the availability of GPT-3 through an API framework, ...
FUTURE OF HEALTHCARE
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...
Health Vector | July 13, 2020
Health Vector recently partnered with a major healthcare system to garner the power of AI to support medical documentation. The new product, Health Vector Clinical Transcriptions, demonstrates how instant transcription of medical encounters helps clinicians save time, improve accuracy, and enhance interactions with patients.The functionality in Health Vector Clinical Transcriptions is built around real-time transcription of conversations which are scrubbed of personally identifiable inform...
Medical News | April 01, 2020
Randox Laboratories is partnering with the government to develop a new coronavirus testing program in which NHS staff will be first in line. The new service, which will be free, will help to end the uncertainty of whether NHS staff need to stay at home. Those who test negative for coronavirus will be able to return to work – enhancing the capacity of the NHS and social care to treat patients and care for those in community settings, with plans for a full roll-out for health, social care and othe...
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