Robotic surgeries are associated with lower out-of-pocket (OOP) costs and total payments than traditional procedures, according to new research published in JAMA Network Open.
NVIDIA has released new details about its annual GPU Technology Conference (GTC), a four-day event dedicated to AI technology.
AI is poised to change the healthcare industry forever—but risks remain that researchers must take seriously.
Machine learning (ML) algorithms can be trained to predict acute kidney injury (AKI) in burn and trauma patients within the first 24 hours, according to a new study published in Scientific Reports.
Nano-X Imaging (Nanox), an imaging technology company based out of Israel, has announced the completion of a funding round worth $26 million. The company has now raised $55 million overall.
Interacting with a computer-animated virtual counselor could help patients know more about complex health issues, including breast cancer, according to new findings published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine.
AI technologies could make a significant impact on the future of spine care, according to a new analysis published in Global Spine Journal.
AI is only going to be a true game-changer if it can work its magic with significant speed and efficiency.
CLEW, a Netanya, Israel-based healthcare technology company, announced that it has raised $10 million in Series B funding.
Zebra Medical Vision has appointed Ohad Arazi as the company’s new CEO, a move that will be effective beginning March 1.
Patients and healthcare providers both see potential in AI’s ability to improve healthcare. Patients, however, appear to trust AI technology more than providers.
RSNA has announced that the official registration number for RSNA 2019 was 51,800, with another 6,754 participants registering for the online virtual meeting.