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HITInfrastructure | January 24, 2020
Samsung Medical Center (SMC) and Korea’s largest telecommunications company KT Corporation recently announced that they have partnered to develop an innovative, 5G medical service to support the development of smart hospitals. According to the announcement, KT built an enterprise-dedicated 5G network at SMC, created service environments in operating and proton therapy rooms, and conducted a test operation for the pilot project. KT, in partnership with the Samsung Medical Center...
HeartBeam, Inc. | July 04, 2022
HeartBeam, Inc. a developmental stage digital healthcare company with a proprietary ECG telemedicine technology for heart attack detection, announced that HeartBeam is expanding the available patient population for the Company’s Emergency Department software technology solution.
In evaluating the ECG database for the clinical validation of HeartBeam’s platform technology, a significant portion of consecutive patients fell into the category of unstable angina, a serious c...
Ibex Medical Analytics | August 25, 2021
Ibex Medical Analytics, the pioneer in artificial intelligence (AI)-based cancer diagnostics, and KSM, the Research and Innovation Center of Maccabi Healthcare Services, Israel's leading HMO, today announced the deployment of Galen™ Gastric at Maccabi's pathology institute, making it the first laboratory in the world to use AI for detecting cancer in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract.
Gastric cancer is among the most common malignant diseases in both men...
mHealthIntelligence | March 02, 2020
Researchers from three US universities have launched a federally funded project to create a bandage with mHealth sensors that could help serious wounds heal faster and more effectively. With as much as $16 million in funding from the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA) researchers at the University of California campuses at Davis and Santa Cruz and Tufts University are looking to create an mHealth wearable that uses digital health sensors, AI tools, regenerative medicine and a telem...
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