March 31, 2022 – Healthcare AI solutions provider Aidoc will be delivering a live demonstration of its comprehensive AI for cardiovascular care coordination suite at ACC 2022, April 2-4, at the Walter E. Washington DC, at booth #FH14. Aidoc experts will be available to share their perspective on true AI, alongside the immediate and long-term value of a comprehensive AI platform as opposed to siloed, point solutions for cardiovascular pathologies.
Visitors at the booth will experience firsthand how to overcome existing care coordination shortcomings in common cardiovascular workflows, with image-based alerts that are triggered automatically across all devices, enabling the activation of relevant clinical teams within minutes from scan.
To schedule a meeting with an Aidoc expert at ACC22, click here.
This ability to instantly flag suspected findings and triage patients suffering from cardiovascular pathologies, collaborate and communicate at both the hub and spoke medical facilities, expedites treatment for high-risk patients—whether they are diagnosed with an aortic aneurysm or dissection, pulmonary embolism, deep vein thrombosis or right heart strain. According to Mass General’s research, “Suboptimal CTPA examinations do not impair the performance of PE-AI triage model; AI retains clinically meaningful sensitivity and high specificity regardless of diagnostic quality.”
Implemented across multiple service lines, Aidoc’s always-on AI platform addresses the enterprise’s overall medical AI needs with:
Triage & notification suite: Analyzes, flags cases for suspected positive findings and notifies physicians directly in their workflows.
Care coordination suite: Sends AI-driven alerts to relevant clinical team members within minutes after scan and facilitates efficient coordination and communication both on-site and between hub and spoke facilities.
AI OS (operating system): Scales the use of clinical AI solutions via a curated portfolio of complementary 3rd party AI solutions.
ACC.22 will take place April 2-4, 2022, in Washington, DC, bringing together cardiologists and cardiovascular specialists from around the world to share the newest discoveries in treatment and prevention.
For more information: www.acc.org