How Healthcare AI/MI can Augment Care Delivery

EarlySign's Ori Geva at HLTH19

At HLTH19, Medial EarlySign’s Ori Geva, co-founder and President of Commercial Strategy, explained how healthcare AI and machine learning solutions can aid physicians with their care delivery. Geva shows how EarlySign’s validated predictive ML and AI-based healthcare models leverage existing, routine health records in order to provide insights that could augment care delivery for high-burden […]

Making Sense of Artificial Intelligence

Making sense of artificial intelligence in healthcare

Self-driving cars, voice powered digital assistants, and even the latest driver designed by Calloway Golf—what do these and a myriad of other items have in common? The claim that they are built using some type of artificial intelligence (AI). With the ubiquity of claims related to AI and machine learning, it can be hard to […]

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

March: Colorectal Cancer awareness and screening

It is the 1974 AFC Championship game between Terry Bradshaw’s Pittsburgh Steelers and the Oakland Raiders.  It’s the 4th quarter, and in front of just over 50,000 screaming fans, Bradshaw hurls a pass to Lynn Swann for a touchdown to seal the game and the AFC Championship for the Steelers 1. Bradshaw is lucky, not […]

Join Medial EarlySign at HIMSS19

Medial EarlySign at HIMSS 19 - Orlando, FL

February 11-15, Orlando, Florida, Booths 6845 & 3559   Discover how healthcare systems in the U.S. and around the world use our software to aid in early detection and prevention of high-burden diseases and chronic conditions.   Join us at HIMSS at Booth 6845 on Wednesday, February 13, 2019 to hear Prof. Varda Shalev, a […]

AI and the Hippocratic Oath: A Physician’s Perspective

AI Hippocratic Oath - a physician's perspective

Like the majority of my colleagues, I recited a version of the Hippocratic Oath early in my medical education.  Though not all versions of the Oath are the same, some themes are consistent.  Primum Non-Nocere – First Do No Harm – is perhaps the best known of these.   At the individual patient level, interpretation is […]

5 Ways AI Helps Your Doctor Help Patients Like You

5 Ways AI helps doctors help patients

Doctors, data scientists, computer geeks, and patients often talk about AI when they discuss healthcare technology today. They want to know how to make sense of massive electronic health records (EHR—also known as electronic medical records, or EMR) and related data to improve health. For patients, however, the word AI can still make them feel […]

8 rules for implementing AI in clinical practice

8 rules for AI clinical practice

New insights, derived from masses of medical data and coupled with AI-based technologies that can make sense of it, are supposed to make us all healthier.   Yet, despite all the claims about the potential of AI and the billions of dollars invested to date, the revolution we’ve been waiting for has not yet arrived. […]