09:02 am November 01, 2019
The paper, which looked at the development, procurement and use of data-driven technologies for healthcare, was published earlier this week.
12:11 pm October 31, 2019
The Houston health system is enlisting technology and services help from Virtusa, Cardinal Health and Amazon Web Services to explore ways cloud-based AI can help manage diabetes and subarachnoid hemorrhage.
10:15 am October 30, 2019
Real-world evidence drawn from unstructured clinical notes was more accurate in algorithmic prediction of coronary artery disease than structured data, a new study in JAMIA shows.
12:00 am October 30, 2019
In most industries, change or evolution isn’t a gradual process. You might have years and years of equilibrium, with little improvements here and there, and then all of a sudden a massive technology and/or business model change takes us to a new level.
11:21 am October 29, 2019
Genomic medicine researchers at the laboratory have been using artificial intelligence, developed as part of Microsoft's Project Hanover, to help manage the vast amount of research data needed to power its precision oncology initiatives.
10:48 am October 28, 2019
The leading-edge technology could provide vastly faster power and processing speeds, and enable fundamentally different algorithmic search and data homogenization strategies.
12:37 pm October 25, 2019
The two funds are the Artificial Intelligence and Digital Translation Fund, which boasts initial funding of $30 million over five years, and the Translational Innovation Fund, which will provide $50 million in funding over six years.
02:52 pm October 24, 2019
The edge computing technology's neural network algorithms can help drive workflow efficiency, detect gaps in care and deliver real-time intelligent notifications to staff, the AI developers say.
11:16 am October 23, 2019
A new report from EY shows how health systems need to embrace AI, social, mobile, analytics, cloud and sensor technologies to unlock the potential of their data.
12:00 am October 23, 2019
Researchers at Utrecht University Medical Center (UMC) built a flagship AI infrastructure that can run any algorithms in clinical practice, regardless of vendor equipment.