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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 provide you with some of the latest product news and information, along with Thought Leader posts and our AI playlist with episodes from Healthcare NOW Radio.

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Imagene AI provides $ 21.5 million to push the boundaries of precision cancer medicine
Image AI (@Imagene_ai), an emerging leader in AI-based precision cancer medicine, announcements it raised $ 21.5 million, including $ 3 million in initial funding led by Blumberg Capital, and a $ 18.5 million Series A round led by renowned investors in technology-driven cancer drugs Larry Ellison, Dr. David Agus and the pioneer in space of AI images Eyal Gura.

XSOLIS increases payer network by 111% and hospital partnerships by 44% to strengthen its payer-provider cooperation network
XSOLIS (@XSOLIS_Health), the artificial intelligence company (AI), addressing operational health challenges for both suppliers and payers, announcements that it has grown its network of payers by 111% and its hospital partnerships by 44% in the last year. Payers and suppliers use XSOLIS CORTEX┬«’s leading real-time machine learning platform and predictive intelligence to automate case reviews, creating an objective determination of medical need that aligns operational solutions across healthcare.

Gridspace receives Certified Information Security and Compliance Status from the Health Information Trust (HITRUST)
Gridspace (@gridspaceinc), an industry-leading provider of voice technology and artificial intelligence software, announcements that he has received Certified Status for Information Security and Compliance from the Health Information Trust (HITRUST). HITRUST certification is the “gold standard” for all companies that create, access, store or exchange sensitive and regulated data. This is the most widely accepted framework in the healthcare industry, as it meets the key provisions for protecting highly sensitive patient information and ensuring mitigation of risk management. It is also globally recognized by cybersecurity and privacy companies outside of healthcare.

Health education leaders are launching continuing medical education for digital medicine clinicians
Society for Digital Medicine (DiMe) (@_DiMeSociety), Rocky Vista University College of Medicine (RVU) and American College of Osteopathic Physicians (ACOFP) starts a new library of continuing medical education (CME) courses as basic education for practicing clinicians to learn how to effectively and efficiently use new digital approaches to caring for their patients. The CME Digital Health Certificate consists of eight digital health modules that clinicians can now enroll in.

Cedars-Sinai elects Chief Information Officer
Craig Kwiatkowski, PharmD, a prominent IT expert, will lead efforts throughout the Cedars-Sinai health system. Following an in-depth national search, Craig Kwiatkowski, PharmD, has been appointed Senior Vice President of Enterprise Information Services and Chief Information Officer at Cedars-Sinai. An experienced professional in the field of information technology, Kwiatkowski has more than 20 years of experience in academic medical centers. In their press release he was quoted as saying: “I am especially looking forward to continuing to develop our capabilities in the field of artificial intelligence, machine learning and predictable analysis. There are so many exciting things happening in these areas that offer opportunities to improve patient care. “


The UNC Landmark study enables midwifery nurses to work at the level of trained sonographers using Butterfly
Butterfly Network, Inc. (@ButterflyNetInc), a digital healthcare company transforming care with manual ultrasound of the whole body, announcements his position in a new study published in NEJM Evidence, which introduces a significant opportunity to democratize obstetric ultrasound. The study, conducted from September 2018 to June 2021, recruited 4,695 pregnant volunteers in North Carolina and Zambia. Volunteers received a blind ultrasound examination of the pregnant woman’s abdomen along with standard fetal measurements collected on both the commercial ultrasound machine and Butterfly iQ, the company’s manual full-body ultrasound probe. The researchers trained a neural network to assess gestational age from the examinations.

Ada Health medical AI solutions are now available in the Epic App Orchard
Hell Health (@adahealth), the global digital health company focused on improving human health worldwide, is proud of this announcements that enterprise medical solutions for artificial intelligence are already available in the App Orchard market. Current and future Ada customers can now integrate Ada’s world-class assessment, navigation and clinical transmission tools directly into their own platforms through one of the world’s leading EHR systems to improve health travel and patient outcomes.

Blackrock Neurotech Acquires Spatial Calculation Software Company MindX to Commercialize Full-Stack Brain-Computer Interface Product
Blackrock Neurotech (@BlackrockNeuro_), a company for the implantation of brain-computer technology interfaces, supported by world-renowned investors Peter Thiel and Christian Angermeier, announcements the acquisition of MindX’s spatial computing software, which integrates the company’s innovative augmented reality and artificial intelligence technology with Blackrock’s BCI hardware. MindX was founded in 2017 by healthcare serial entrepreneur Julia Brown and Catalio Capital Management, a multi-strategic investment firm in the life sciences.

I read

Is AI Health Care a problem with trust?By Dr. John Halamka and Paul Serrato (@MayoPlatform) – Many doctors ignore the recommendations provided by machine learning algorithms because they do not trust them. Several ingenious software improvements can give them more confidence in the diagnostic and therapeutic proposals of the algorithm. While developers continue to provide innovative artificial intelligence tools that have the potential to redefine medical practice, most physicians and nurses lack the data science experience needed to fully understand what lies “under the hood,” one of the reasons which is why many are reluctant to include recommendations for diagnosis and treatment coming from these algorithms.

Does the prevention of falling with artificial intelligence take up sitting on the body? – By Rose Watson (@VirtuSense) – As technology becomes more and more entrenched in the world of medicine, telesyters have become the preferred solution for hospitals trying to reduce falls without the cost of personal sitting. TV viewers use live video from hospital rooms to observe several patients at once, usually 12-16 patients per nurse, but sometimes up to 57. But is this still the most cost-effective way to maintain patient safety?

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