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.
Watch the full interview between venture capital firm Blumberg Capital and Ferrum Health CEO Pelu Tran as they discuss how Ferrum’s technology is not only helping hospitals increase revenue in both fee-for-service and value-based care models, but also saving thousands of patients’ lives.
As a national leader in patient safety and quality, Sutter Health continues to stay on the leading edge by using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and other cutting-edge technologies to better serve its patients across the continuum of care.