ARGONet is an AI solution developed by researchers from the Computational Health Informatics Program at Boston Children’s Hospital, and results evaluating the method's effectiveness were published in Nature Communications.
An artificial intelligence solution that can identify precancerous changes in a woman’s cervix, comes on the heels of a Mayo Clinic Study that shows the percentage of women who are screened for cervical cancer could be far lower than national data suggests.
Anti-counterfeiting poses a challenge for medical equipment OEMs. However, newer technology ushers in a problem solver hard to beat.
Medtronic has issued a software update to address cybersecurity vulnerabilities associated with the Internet connection between two models of CareLink programmers used to download software from the company's network.
The Redwood City, CA based company said that private information from about 1,100 individuals was exposed due to the cybersecurity attack.
4Dx has developed an algorithm-based software that converts X-ray images into more detailed airflow studies.
What happens when you put a former Nike designer, top clinicians, and biomedical engineers in a room with a blank sheet of paper and the goal of raising convenience for nurses and lowering healthcare costs?
The emergence of electronic healthcare records and recent advancements in computing technology have created the need for Apixio’s artificial intelligence solution.
An expert on connectivity provides a look at healthcare systems in the future and offers insights on how medtech companies can overcome anticipated challenges.
MedAware finds a partner in Allscripts as it moves forward with commercialization efforts in the U.S.
An industry expert discusses how emerging artificial intelligence technologies might shape the healthcare landscape.
An industry expert talks about the dramatic impact that artificial intelligence (AI) is having on the medical device field.
LifePlus, which has been in stealth mode until now, is developing Lifeleaf, a non-invasive continuous blood glucose monitoring (CGM) multi-sensor wearable device.