Artificial intelligence

Leading the way: female health leaders drive adoption of AI

Written by Watson Health | Artificial intelligence, Government, Provider

Female leaders across the health industry were applauded for their ability to integrate AI into their organizations, reinforcing the potential of AI to help governments, health plans, health systems and others tackle their most pressing challenges. ...read more


Three things to know about IBM Watson Imaging Patient Synopsis

Written by Watson Health | Artificial intelligence, Imaging

Watson Health plans to debut its newest AI-powered solution, IBM Watson Imaging Patient Synopsis, which displays relevant patient data in a single-screen view for the radiologist. ...read more


Consolidation is coming: Is your organization ready?

Written by Watson Health | Artificial intelligence, Imaging

Half of chief financial officers and other top executives from mostly middle-market healthcare companies said they plan to buy or merge with existing businesses in the next year. ...read more


Power to the patient: A new era in cancer care

Written by Dr. Roar Johansen | Artificial intelligence, Oncology & Genomics, Provider

The EU Commission is responding to citizen demand for greater focus on healthcare, particularly when it comes to cancer care. ...read more


6 ways a VNA can reduce imaging costs

Written by Kathleen Schroeder | Artificial intelligence, Imaging

Data from the American College of Radiology indicates that diagnostic imaging accounts for 10 percent ($100 billion) of total annual healthcare costs. ...read more


Can AI and technologies help improve health, social care and social security services delivery?

Written by Dr. Hector Upegui | Artificial intelligence, Government, Provider...

We are witnessing the increasing shift from chronic to complex disease, acute to chronic care needs and the absolute requirement for coordinated primary, secondary and community care. ...read more


Hardin Memorial Health debuts new AI solution for radiologists

Written by Watson Health | Artificial intelligence, Imaging, Stories

After becoming the first client to “go live” with IBM Watson Imaging Patient Synopsis, the radiologists at Hardin Memorial Health can now use the power of AI to help them find relevant patient information quickly and easily. ...read more


Making the Promise of Smarter Health a Reality

Written by Dr. John E. Kelly III | Analytics, Artificial intelligence, Cloud...

The true value of data flowing through physicians' offices and public health departments has gone untapped because it is unstructured and siloed in systems that don’t talk to one another. ...read more


Five ways AI supports key drug research decisions with unstructured data

Written by Watson Health | Analytics, Artificial intelligence

Ingesting and analyzing millions of documents in seconds, AI is able to construct dynamic, comprehensive networks of relationships between a wide variety of concepts across a vast corpus of data to provide the inclusive view needed to make informed decisions. ...read more


The state of telehealth, and its role in the fight against opioid use disorder

Written by Watson Health | Analytics, Artificial intelligence, Government

Telehealth is ready to take center stage. Telehealth is in the fight against opioid use disorder. But are consumers and healthcare providers ready to start giving and receiving care via their computers and smartphones, and are private health plans ready to pay for it? Based on recent media reports tracking sentiment toward the technology, telehealth is definitely on an upward trend ...read more


Examining the variation in cancer care

Written by Watson Health | Artificial intelligence, Oncology & Genomics

As medicine moves forward—making advances in prevention, detection, care delivery and more—cancer marches on, killing nearly 2 million Europeans every year. As one would expect, the reasons are as complex as cancer itself and one of the most significant reasons is variability in care. Here, we explore some of the reasons behind the variation and how AI may be able to help. ...read more


Seven reasons why the time has come for AI technology in cancer care

Written by Watson Health | Artificial intelligence, Oncology & Genomics

Data is proliferating and EHRs are a key source of data. Fewer doctors are practicing oncology, cancer is spreading, and more care is needed. Clinical research keeps growing. ...read more