Our monthly report on AI, ML, DL, and NLP in healthcare looks at who, what, where, and how the use of artificial intelligence is changing healthcare for the better. We will bring you some of the latest news and product information along with thought leader posts and our AI playlist of episodes from Healthcare NOW Radio.
In the News
Etiometry is the First to Achieve FDA Clearance of an AI-Based Risk Algorithm that Alerts for Inadequate Oxygenation of Adult Patients in Critical Care
Etiometry (@etiometry), a clinical decision-support software company, announced its IDO2 Index™ was cleared for adult use by the Food and Drug Administration. Now, U.S. hospitals can arm adult critical care teams with risk analytics that alert them to patients likely experiencing inadequate oxygen delivery. With this heightened situational awareness, clinicians can take action to avoid complications related to hypoxic conditions – a fundamental mission in critical care medicine. The IDO2 Index™ is Etiometry’s first FDA-cleared index for adults in the U.S. and follows Health Canada and CE Mark approvals for pediatric and adult patients in 2022.
Quris-AI and MBZUAI to launch world-class Bio-AI center in Abu-Dhabi
Quris-AI and Mohamed bin Zayed University of Artificial Intelligence (MBZUAI) signed an agreement during Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week (ADSW) to develop a world-class Bio-AI center in Abu Dhabi. The state-of-the-art facility will support the development of personalized medications, tailored specifically to the diverse populations of the MENA region.
VisualDx Awarded Grant to Advance Global Health and Diagnostic Accuracy in Underserved Regions
VisualDx (@VisualDx), an award-winning web-based clinical decision support system, has received a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to develop diagnostic and surveillance tools to help medical providers improve treatment decisions and outcomes in underserved areas. VisualDx will expand equitable access to its clinical decision support, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) tools to provide guidance, specialist knowledge, and education for providers in low-resource settings.
Evozyne Creates AI Model with NVIDIA for Novel Protein Design, Expected to Accelerate Drug Development
Evozyne revealed a breakthrough AI model, developed in collaboration with NVIDIA (@NVIDIADC), that the pharmaceutical industry can use to design therapeutic proteins. Presented by NVIDIA at the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference in San Francisco, the novel approach can exponentially increase the number and quality of synthetic protein designs, which opens up the possibility to design new therapeutic targets for untreatable diseases and greatly reduces development time for new treatments.
UK Diagnostics Provider Source LDPath Expands AI Capabilities with Ibex Medical Analytics
Ibex Medical Analytics (Ibex) (@IbexMedAx), an AI-powered cancer diagnostics and Source LDPath company, a part of Source BioScience (Source) (@SourceBio), an international provider of integrated state-of-the-art laboratory services and products, announced an agreement to expand the deployment Artificial Intelligence (AI) to the entire pathology network at Source.
Cogito Enhances Conversation AI, Bolstering Real-Time Agent Assist and Coaching Capabilities
Cogito (@CogitoCorp), a real-time coaching and guidance for the enterprise company, announced its latest product innovations to transform real-time conversation intelligence in the contact center. Deployed to tens of thousands of agents, including a Fortune 25 telecommunication customer’s 30,000-agent workforce, the largest deployment of its kind, the suite of solutions creates a new standard for technology’s role in supporting contact center agents and team leaders.
Elligo Adds AI-Driven Clinical Research Study Technology to Accelerate Trials
Elligo Health Research® (@ElligoHealth), the largest healthcare-enabling research organization, has introduced DataAI Connect, a new data and technology platform that will enable rapid, data-driven clinical research. A scalable, end-to-end data platform, DataAI Connect creates efficiencies across the clinical study workflow — reducing human error and rapidly digesting patient data to accelerate clinical trials.
Optimizing the Healthcare Supply Chain: The Predictive Power of Artificial Intelligence
As health systems across North America face one supply chain crisis after another in pursuit of essential medical supplies and medications, the need for intelligent, AI-driven forecasting has never been greater. To pave a better way forward, leaders at the Integrated University Health and Social Services Center of Canada’s CIUSSS du Centre-Sud-de-l’Île-de-Montréal (CCSMTL) are taking a new, technology-enabled approach: They are now using DemandAMP+™ from MUUTAA™ (@MUUTAA2) to power deep learning and predictive analytics for optimal supply chain decisions.
Healthcare AI Specialists Partner with Home Monitoring System to Provide Groundbreaking ‘Smart’ Health technology
AI Nexus Healthcare, based in Champaign, Illinois, is integrating its signature mia care platform with SensorCall’s CareAlert product — a home monitoring system that allows long-distance caregivers to stay aware of their aging seniors’ environments, activities, and overall well-being.
Iterative Health Partners with Gastro Health to Accelerate Clinical Research in Gastroenterology Through Artificial Intelligence
Iterative Health (@Iterative_Hlth), a pioneer in precision-medicine technologies for gastroenterology, announced that it has partnered with Gastro Health (@GastroHealthLLC), a national medical group specializing in digestive and liver health, to bring its AI Recruitment (AIR) technology to Gastro Health’s practices. This strategic partnership will lay the groundwork for future collaborations by using AIR to aid in the recruitment of patients for clinical trials in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and expanding Gastro Health’s clinical research capabilities.
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Accelerating the Use of AI in Healthcare in 2023?
Adopted health technologies have created an overwhelming amount of personal health data for providers and patients. Using this data for better diagnosing and outcomes has been the greatest challenge. Will AI start to prove meaningful in analyzing all this data for the better? Here is what the experts have to say.
Adopting AI Will Be on Everyone’s Mind in 2023
Another year is coming to an end and as tradition we have reached out to our thought leaders to see what they think we can expect next year. So what should we look forward to when it comes to AI, health data, and Analytics?
5 Healthcare AI Trends to Watch in 2023 – Dr. Joe Marks, CTO (Wētā Digital), Unity Software and sits on the Board of Directors for Augmedix (@augmedix) – It doesn’t take a leap of imagination to connect Artificial Intelligence (AI) with its proper role in healthcare. While we will always need clinicians to handle the interactive portion of a healthcare visit and connect with patients at the point of care, there are processes that can be eased along the way through recently developed and emerging technologies. With clinician burnout running high and staffing shortages with us for the foreseeable future, 2023 stands to be a pivotal year for AI to elevate our industry.