Big data en kunstmatige intelligentie

Roadmap for AI in medical imaging

Researchers are examining applications for diagnostic medical imaging, identifying knowledge gaps and developing a roadmap to prioritize research needs. Share: FULL STORY In August 2018, a workshop was held at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Md., to explore the future of artificial intelligence (AI) in medical imaging.

'Oproep voor dokter AI': de opkomst van artificial intelligence in de gezondheidszorg

De gezondheidszorg wil artificial intelligence voornamelijk inzetten voor betere diagnoses en behandelingen. Maar ook andere toepassingen zijn in opkomst - en daarbij horen nieuwe uitdagingen. Laten we eerst teruggaan naar 2016: een arts voert bepaalde ziektesymptomen in op een computer, die vervolgens de diagnose stelt en een lijst met de benodigde behandelingen presenteert.

Gallup Poll Finds Most Americans Satisfied With Their Health, But Health Stats Tell A Darker Story

The latest Gallup poll on life satisfaction shows that Americans are generally "very satisfied" with their personal health, but a look at several major health statistics tells a much different story.

Pfizer, Concerto HealthAI join up for precision medicine partnership

Pfizer is working with Boston-based Concerto HealthAI for a collaboration that will apply Concerto's eurekaHealth artificial intelligence technology to precision oncology research. WHY IT MATTERS The partnership will use the AI platform to gain faster actionable insights for Pfizer's investigational therapies and commercialized therapeutics for treatment of solid tumors and hematologic malignancies, officials said.

AI identifies risk of cholesterol-raising genetic disease

A new algorithm can determine whether a patient is likely to have a cholesterol-raising genetic disease that can cause early, and sometimes fatal, heart problems, reports a new study. Share: FULL STORY A new algorithm can determine whether a patient is likely to have a cholesterol-raising genetic disease that can cause early, and sometimes fatal, heart problems, reports a new study conducted by researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine and their collaborators.

Mayo Clinic seeing promise with patient-generated health data

Cerner CEO Brent Shafer said the EHR vendor is focused on refining its operating model to become more efficient.