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Medical AI gets £50m boost and five new centres in UK

Medical AI gets £50m boost and five new centres in UK

Medical imaging and pathology to undergo AI revolution. Five technology centres devoted to medical artificial intelligence will open in the UK, backed with £50m in government funding, says the government. ... The five centres and their areas of focus are

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  • Artificial intelligence in healthcare ‘set for 40% growth to 2024’ Artificial intelligence in healthcare ‘set for 40% growth to 2024’

    The market for artificial intelligence in healthcare is poised for rapid growth between now and 2024, with rapid uptake in fields such as drug discovery, medical imaging and diagnosis, says a ... Medical imaging will grow at the same rate through to 2024

  • Roche and GE Healthcare plan 'industry first' digital platform Roche and GE Healthcare plan 'industry first' digital platform

    The digital health platform will combine data from Roche’s biomarker, tissue pathology, genomics and sequencing portfolio with that from GE’s medical imaging and monitoring equipment. ... This comprehensiveness will come from integrating in-vivo and

  • A unique ecosystem A unique ecosystem

    This enabled the launch of 27 innovative healthcare products. Examples include IRIMI, next-generation medical imaging services for hospitals; OsseoMatrix, a custom bone implant via direct 3D printing; and Biomodex, imaging ... By 2021, the global medical

  • Siemens' healthcare unit to become standalone business Siemens' healthcare unit to become standalone business

    German technology giant Siemens is set to spin off its healthcare unit, publicly listing Siemens Healthineers as an independent medical technology business. ... Siemens Healthineers is focused on supporting the industry's rapidly evolving therapeutic and

  • ICON boosts leadership teams ICON boosts leadership teams

    Pharmaceutical service provider ICON has boosted its scientific operations, medical imaging and real world evidence leadership teams with three new senior appointments. ... Dr Paul McCracken (pictured left) has been appointed as vice president of medical

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  • AI UK – one year on AI UK – one year on

    It was a story that suggested AI could outperform and would inevitably replace physicians, with a particular focus on imaging-led disciplines. ... Now this narrative is changing for the better. Of particular interest is a recent study from Stanford

  • Making Europe a leader in bioscience: boosting trust and opening minds Making Europe a leader in bioscience: boosting trust and opening minds

    The initial inspiration for the project came from a company leader in the field of medical imaging, who saw a need for a set of solutions to improve diagnosis and treatment ... This involves incorporating new diagnostic tests (biomarkers, physical

  • A critical juncture for clinical data management A critical juncture for clinical data management

    Real-world data and evidence, electronic clinical outcome assessments, data from smartphones and other mobile devices, social media community data and electronic health/medical records are examples of the new data ... Elements such as electronic clinical

  • A unique ecosystem A unique ecosystem

    This enabled the launch of 27 innovative healthcare products. Examples include IRIMI, next-generation medical imaging services for hospitals; OsseoMatrix, a custom bone implant via direct 3D printing; and Biomodex, imaging ... By 2021, the global medical

  • Deal Watch February 2017 Deal Watch February 2017

    Two of the largest deals for the month were in the medical aesthetics field. ... Also entering the medical aesthetics space is Hologic, a US company focusing on diagnostics, medical imaging systems and surgical products in areas including breast and

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  • Global Medical X-ray Market Grow at a CAGR of 6.0% During the Forecast Period 2017-2024

    Technological advancement in medical imaging, particularly in computed tomography (CT), has led to the rapid growth in performance of x-ray examinations. ... Owing to increasing number of breast cancer. However, high risk associated with exposure to

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