Nanox.AI solutions are developed to target highly prevalent chronic and acute diseases affecting large populations around the world. Leveraging AI, Nanox.AI helps clinicians extract valuable and actionable clinical insights from medical imaging that otherwise may go unnoticed. These “hidden” or incidental findings can potentially initiate further medical assessment to establish individual preventative care pathways for patients. Nanox.AI’s portfolio includes FDA-cleared imaging solutions in bone health, HealthOST, and cardiovascular health, HealthCCSng, that use routine medical CT imaging to help physicians identify the early signs of diseases like osteoporosis and coronary artery disease, enabling further work up and possible treatment to help prevent potentially life-changing major events.
“In a time where chronic illness continues to rise in pace with physician workloads, solutions for seamlessly improving provider workflows and improving patient outcomes are needed now more than ever,” said
Powered by Microsoft Azure, the Nuance Precision Imaging Network provides access to an entire ecosystem of AI-powered tools and insights within clinical workflows to more than 12,000 healthcare facilities and the 80% of
“The collaboration between Nanox.AI and Nuance offers a comprehensive solution that supports clinicians in the
Nanox.AI is the deep-learning medical imaging analytics subsidiary of Nanox. Nanox.AI solutions are developed to target highly prevalent chronic and acute diseases affecting large populations around the world. Leveraging AI, Nanox.AI helps clinicians extract valuable and actionable clinical insights from routine medical imaging that otherwise may go unnoticed, potentially initiating further medical assessment to establish individual preventative care pathways for patients. For more information, please visit www.nanox.vision/ai.
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