Today is a remarkable day for AI in radiology.
I’m honored to announce our partnership with the American College of Radiology Data Science Institute, the University of Rochester Medicine and Nuance Healthcare for an industry-first AI validation process initiative, contributing to the recently launched ACR-DSI ASSESS-AI registry.
Our always-on AI solution is currently deployed at the University of Rochester Medicine, automatically highlighting and prioritizing urgent, acute cases directly in the radiology worklist. The solution is seamlessly integrated with Nuance’s PowerScribe Workflow Orchestration platform, delivering AI-powered workflow efficiency and accuracy to improve disease detection, diagnosis, follow-up and treatment. The two solutions work together to enable radiologists to seamlessly realize the value of AI and its impact on patient care.
Beyond that, our integrated solutions are now contributing to the recently launched American College of Radiology (ACR) DSI ASSESS-AI registry, providing an industry-first-post-market surveillance and continuous validation of AI performance and impact in real clinical settings.
Yesterday, we announced our partnership at our booth at RSNA, with a panel of experts from each institution and an eager crowd of guests. To provide a solution that’s setting the standard for the integration of AI in medical imaging and contributing to the validation of AI in clinical settings is at the core of what we aspire to do at Aidoc.
Pictured: Jacques Gilbert, Senior Director of Strategy at Nuance Healthcare, Elad Walach, CEO of Aidoc, Dr. Bibb Allen Jr., MD, FACR, ACR DSI Chief Medical Office, Dr. Axel Wismuller – Director of the AI Radiology Laboratory at URMC
Beyond the hype and anxieties that many of us are familiar with in regards to AI, we’re focusing on creating powerful solutions that have real impact, supported by concrete clinical evidence. I’d like to thank our incredible partners who truly share our vision and have helped us make this extraordinary initiative possible. I can’t wait to build upon our growing body of research for the advancement of patient care powered by AI.