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AI indicates which symptoms might be leading indicators of COVID-19

Via VentureBeat “’Our findings from the EHR analysis of COVID-19 progression can aid in a human pathophysiology enabled summary of the experimental therapies being investigated for COVID-19,’ concluded the coauthors. ‘A caveat of relying solely on [electronic medical record] inference is that mild phenotypes that may not lead to a presentation for clinical care, such […]

PhysIQ Applies Ebola Expertise to Fight COVID-19

PhysIQ uses over one million hours of training set data to implement new machine learning analytics aimed at detecting early signs of COVID-19. This expertise will help mitigate a surge of hospital patients and reduce patient and healthcare provider exposures during the COVID-19 pandemic. This approach allows for increased clinical surveillance of patients being remotely […]

For The Record with John Rondoni, VP, Product Development, Operations and Quality, Inspire Medical Systems

Mr. Rondoni has over 15 years of experience in the development of implantable medical devices. Prior to joining Inspire Medical Systems he worked on central and peripheral neuromodulation therapies at Medtronic, holding technical, project, and therapy leadership positions. At Medtronic, he was the systems engineer responsible for the development and commercial launch of the InterStim […]

You Can’t Spell Medical Without “AI”

By Lauren J.F. Barta and Timothy E. Grimsrud Innovative medical and healthcare applications of artificial intelligence (AI) are everywhere:  Mayo Clinic is engaged in a pilot program using a customized version of IBM Watson to match patients to its clinical trials.  Cleveland Clinic is using AI for surgical volume forecasting, and Johns Hopkins is using […]

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