MedyMatch, Capital Health to develop artificial intelligence for the emergency room

Stealthy MedyMatch emerged in February with plans to improve emergency room care using cognitive analysis and artificial intelligence. Now, in its first collaboration with a U.S. hospital, the company is developing its first real-time decision-support tool using data from New Jersey-based Capital Health. Under the agreement, Capital Health will supply Israel-based MedyMatch with anonymized data to help it develop the tool, which will target stroke patients. It will analyze medical images and provide the ER radiologist with information to help him or her determine the course of treatment. It combines “deep vision, advanced cognitive analytics and artificial intelligence” to analyze images and identify anomalies that may be invisible to the human eye. The company plans to partner with several more U.S. hospitals to improve stroke patient outcomes. “Having access to…


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