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Aidoc Launches the First 'AI OS,' Unifying AI Across Enterprise Imaging to Address Technical AI Barriers
Fremont, CA: "We've come to understand the challenge of implementing AI while deploying AI modules into hundreds of hospitals, for which we faced a diversity of IT systems and workflows," says Michael Braginsky, CTO of Aidoc. "While overcoming the internal challenges with our own algorithms, we were forced to develop an AI operating system that can run effectively in any clinical setting, and we did so with one question in mind, 'How do we bring value to the providers?' I'm thrilled to say that more and more companies who've developed amazing solutions are operating on our OS, and we are proud to enable them to greatly impact patient care."
- The most commonly utilized portfolio of AI solutions.
- Assisting medical practitioners by assisting in the detection of acute abnormalities in real-time.
- Hence accelerating patient treatment and enhancing the quality of care.
Aidoc's healthcare AI platform is presently helpful to 5,000 radiologists throughout the globe in health networks, hospitals, and radiology groups and has processed over 10.3 million scans to date.
Aidoc launched the first AI Operating System (OS) that enables the clinical usage of many AI apps on a single unified system. Aidoc adds FDA-cleared solutions from five third-party AI businesses to its previous range of seven FDA-cleared solutions to complement its new OS. These solutions broaden its coverage across imaging subspecialties, with the AI OS delivering a consistent user experience in each subspecialty's native workflow.
Aidoc's full AI portfolio includes solutions for triaging and detecting acute patients, as well as AI-driven cross-specialty processes that aid in care coordination. On both dedicated and non-dedicated exams, the Aidoc OS platform integrates AI solutions from Imbio, Riverain, Icometrix, Subtle Medical, and ScreenPoint Medical, as well as seven FDA-cleared solutions for intracranial hemorrhage, intra-abdominal free gas, acute C-spine fractures, rib fractures, large vessel occlusions, and pulmonary embolism.
"When people think about the concept of a platform, some think of an 'app store' for healthcare institutions to discover and plug-in AI solutions," says Dr. Paul Chang, Vice-Chair of Radiology Informatics at the University of Chicago. "This sounds attractive, but merely centralizing and providing an online shopping experience isn't enough of a value proposition. A true platform must be based on a unified architecture that enables effective use of the various AI products in the challenging real-life IT settings of health systems. In other words, what's so compelling about the app store, isn't the app store itself, but actually the infrastructure it's built upon—the iOS. That is exactly what Aidoc's AI OS solves for."