Deep Learning Tailored for Radiology

Aidoc develops advanced healthcare-grade AI based decision support software. Our technology analyzes medical imaging to provide one of the most comprehensive solutions for flagging acute abnormalities across the body, helping radiologists prioritize life threatening cases and expedite patient care.

FDA Cleared & CE Marked

ICH

Intracranial Hemorrhage

510(k) Triage and notification software indicated for use in the analysis of non-enhanced head CT images; flags and communicates suspected positive findings of pathologies in head CT images, namely Intracranial Hemorrhage (ICH).

LVO

Large Vessel Occlusions

510(k) Triage and notification software indicated for use in the analysis of head CTA images; flags and communicates suspected positive findings of Large Vessel Occlusion (LVO).

C spine

C-Spine
Fractures

510(k) Triage and notification software indicated for use in the analysis of cervical spine CT images; flags and communicates suspected positive findings of linear lucencies in the cervical spine bone in patterns compatible with fractures.

PE

Pulmonary Embolism

510(k) Triage and notification software indicated for use in the analysis of CTPA images; flags and communicates Pulmonary Embolism (PE).

CE Marked, Investigational in the United States*

* CAUTION – Investigational device. Limited by Federal law to investigational use.

Incidental
PE

CE Marked software indicated for use in the analysis of contrast-enhanced CT images; flags and communicates incidental PE pathologies.

Free air

Free Air in the Abdomen

CE Marked software indicated for use in the analysis of abdominal CT images; flags and communicates abdominal free air.

WHY RADIOLOGISTS CHOOSE US

Barry-Pressman-ai-radiology
M.D. FACR

Aidoc’s clinically relevant technology and workflow integration provides real value to radiologists

Barry Pressman
CHAIRMAN OF IMAGING,
CEDARS-SINAI MEDICAL CENTER
paul-chang
M.D. FSIIM

Proven potential for significant increase in our radiologists’ productivity and accuracy. It’s a win both for our physicians and our patients

Paul J. Chang
VICE CHAIR, RADIOLOGY INFORMATICS, UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO MEDICINE
Jay Mosser

Aidoc deployment could not have been easier. It was only a few hours from start to finish. Their knowledgeable staff took me from setup, to completion in one easy remote session. We were sending data for analysis the same day

Jay Mosser
ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS ARCHITECT RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATES AT CORPUS CHRISTI, TX

Prioritization Tool

Empowering radiologists to detect urgent cases faster and reducing overall report turnaround time directly in the workflow
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WORKFLOW INTEGRATED

Acute abnormalities are flagged to assist radiologists in workflow triage and to improve quality of care
AS FEATURED ON
Aidoc is named one of 15 companies that are saving the world from Covid-19
July 1, 2020
Aidoc is named as one of 15 companies that are saving the world from COVID-19 with it’s AI solution for flagging incidental findings associated with the virus.
AI algorithm can help in incidental detection of PE
July 1, 2020
Yale University presents clinically backed research on AI highlighting the ability to detect incidental cases of pulmonary embolism (PE).
IMADIS Téléradiologie partners with Aidoc to improve quality of care
June 8, 2020
IMADIS choose Aidoc as it’s AI vendor after several months of rigorous evaluation. Aidoc flagged many subtle, sometimes hard to spot findings.
FDA has allowed the use of Aidoc’s algorithms for adjunctive detection of findings associated with COVID-19
June 2, 2020
Aidoc can help detect COVID-19 by isolating anomalies in CT studies containing the lung or part of the lung.
Aidoc granted FDA permission to use it’s AI software for the incidental detection of COVID-19
June 2, 2020
Aidoc’s software detects and prioritizes incidental findings such as ground-glass opacification, associated with COVID-19 in any CT study that contains the lung or part of the lung.
Aidoc given FDA permission for tool that flags incidental findings to COVID-19 in CT scans
May 31, 2020
Aidoc’s permitted triaging tool is now also permitted for flagging likely cases of the coronavirus for review by radiologists.
IMADIS Téléradiologie Partners with Aidoc to Improve Quality of Care
May 27, 2020
IMADIS Téléradiologie is the first group of it’s kind to implement Aidoc’s solutions across it network.
Telemedicine Clinic Partners With Aidoc to Roll Out AI Diagnostics Tools
May 11, 2020
Aidoc announces it partnership with Telemedicine Clinic who will be implementing Aidoc’s AI solutions in its teleradiology network
FDA Permits Use of Aidoc’s AI Algorithms to Detect and Prioritize Incidental CT Findings Associated With COVID-19
May 8, 2020
FDA Clearance received for AI algorithms that detect and prioritize incidental CT findings associated with COVID-19
Aidoc secures CE Mark for incidental PE triage software
May 5, 2020
Aunt Minnie shares that Aidoc has received the CE Mark for AI software that can spot an incidental pulmonary embolism (PE) on contrast-enhanced CT exams.
AI solution for incidental pulmonary embolism given CE mark
May 5, 2020
Aidoc has obtained a European Union CE mark for its AI solution that flags incidental pulmonary embolism in contrast-enhanced CT.
First AI Product for Incidental Critical Findings: Aidoc’s Solution for Flagging Pulmonary Embolism in Unexpected Settings Granted EU Approval
May 3, 2020
Aidoc received CE mark for flagging incidental pulmonary embolism
CNBC names useful AI solutions against the backdrop of COVID-19
April 30, 2020
CNBC evaluates AI beyond the hype during the coronavirus pandemic, mentioning a few useful AI solutions
50 Most Promising Israeli Startups 2020 – Covid-19 Edition
April 29, 2020
Aidoc named one of the 50 most promising Israeli startuos despite the COVID-19 turmoil by Calcalist.
Easter Sunday puts the trade-offs of the lockdown into perspective
April 12, 2020
The spectator covers the most recent updates on COVID 19’s global impact, including Aidoc’s data on CT Imaging volumes
Eye on AI: The Potential and Reality of AI in Clinical Application
April 1, 2020
In this new article published in Applied Radiology’s “Eye on AI” segment, RadNet Neuroradiologist, Dr. Suzie Bash discusses AI technologies and their clinical applications that expand the capabilities of radiology.
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