Thursday, April, 18, 2019 09:08:00

Category: Healthcare IT

IBM unveils AI-based fingernail sensor to track health and diseases

International Business Machines Corporation (IBM), a leading American multinational IT (Information Technology) company, has made it to the headlines for developing an innovative ‘Fingernail Sensor’ prototype. Apparently, the sensor employs AI (Artificial Intelligence) and Machine Learning for monitoring and analyzing human health and disease progression. …

FDA clears Pear Therapeutics’ mobile medical app to treat opioid abuse

 The medical mobile application is specifically developed to boost patient retention at facilities that treat opioid abuse.  The app is intended to be utilized alongside other treatments under a healthcare professional’s supervision. Pear Therapeutics, a renowned U.S-based biotech firm, has reportedly announced that its mobile …

BlackBerry to help in improving digital infrastructure for healthcare

Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry Limited has reportedly declared that it has become a HIMSS Analytics Certified Consultant to assist in addressing the digital infrastructure requirements of healthcare establishments across the globe. As per trusted sources, BlackBerry would now help healthcare institutions through the stages of …

Amazon offers software to read medical records and enhance treatments

Amazon is planning to sell a software which would read medical records and give out recommendations to improve treatments or to save money, sources with knowledge on the matter said. Apparently, the software would scan medical files for receiving relevant information, including medical conditions, procedures …

Royal Philips launches IntelliSpace to integrate AI in radiology

Leading healthcare technology company, Royal Philips has reportedly launched a revolutionary platform called IntelliSpace Discovery 3.0 to facilitate the development of AI assets and their integration in radiology to aid clinical and transactional research. As per trusted sources, the IntelliSpace is already being used by …

HxCentral & IIHMR partner to enhance healthcare experience solutions

HxCentral, a healthcare experience management solutions provider, has reportedly partnered with Indian Institute of Health Management and Research, a leading healthcare research institute based in Bangalore. As per reliable sources, the collaboration is committed to enhancing patient safety, quality compliance, and overall healthcare experience through …