Ferrum Health is pleased to announce, CEO and Co-Founder Pelu Tran has co-authored the article “Is AI the Ultimate QA?” published by the Journal of
Dr. Chan, Sutter’s Chief of Digital Health & ViVE panelist, talks health equity, AI and improved patient care
Dr. Chan, Sutter’s Chief of Digital Health & ViVE panelist, talks health equity, AI and improved patient care The pandemic has spurred many hospitals and
A group of 15 digital health startups have joined a program set up by the US federal government to address health inequality and mitigate the effects if the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ferrum Health is one of the companies selected for the program.
We are very proud to be included in this amazing list of companies doing truly game-changing work in the healthcare space.
Our CEO, Pelu Tran, was recently interviewed by Authority Magazine as part of their Meet the Disruptors series. In his interview, Pelu shares his thoughts on shaking up the healthcare industry.
Authority Magazine recently interviewed our CEO, Pelu Tran. Given his healthcare background, he’s the perfect person to address ways to improve the US healthcare system.
Ferrum Health’s clients can access Therapixel software, MammoScreen® on their existing Ferrum Healthcare AI Hub.
MammoScreen® can be used for concurrent reading decision support of screening mammograms or with Ferrum Health’s safety net program that provides a second reading service or assistance to quality teams during the peer-review of radiology studies.
With artificial intelligence, computers and machines are programmed to have the ability to solve problems and make rational decisions, augmenting human intelligence.
While healthcare has lagged behind other industries in the deployment of artificial intelligence (AI) and many other advanced technologies, the COVID-19 pandemic is proving to be the mother of invention when it comes to technological innovation.
Northern California healthcare system Sutter Health announced today that has begun a pilot with startup Ferrum Health to use AI to monitor the work of radiologists and catch preventable medical errors in patients with lung cancer.