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Dell Medical School helps develop artificial intelligence tool for knee surgery

April 2, 2021 – Austin American-Statesman Read the Full Article >> If you had osteoarthritis in your knee, how would you know when it’s the right time to have knee replacement surgery? Dell Medical School at the University of Texas helped patients at UT Health Austin’s Musculoskeletal Institute answer that question by studying a new artificial intelligence tool[…]

OM1 Launches Multiple Sclerosis Registry With More Than 20,000 Patients Prospectively Followed With Deep Clinical Data

BOSTON, July 14, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — OM1, a leading real-world data, outcomes and technology company with a focus on chronic diseases, today announced the launch of its multiple sclerosis (MS) registry. MS is an auto-immune, inflammatory disease that attacks the central nervous system (CNS) and causes a variety of neurological symptoms, such as muscle weakness, spasticity, fatigue, numbness, vision[…]

Bridging Clinical Research with Clinical Practice: Use of AI in Predicting Outcomes

Wed, May 18, 2021 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT Register Artificial Intelligence (AI) is increasingly being applied to improve medical research and clinical practice. Join this panelist discussion exploring AI applications and high-performance predictive modeling for: – Improving research efficiency – Accelerating personalized treatment development – Supporting clinical decision making Presenters: – Prakash Jayakumar,[…]

American Academy Of Dermatology Collaborates With OM1 To Empower More Measured & Precise Care And Treatments For Dermatology

BOSTON, April 8, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — OM1, a real-world outcomes and technology company, today announced a strategic collaboration with the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) connecting the Academy’s DataDerm™ clinical data registry to OM1’s real-world data and evidence platforms. The AAD estimates that 1 in 4 Americans (more than 85 million) see a physician for[…]

Black Women Less Likely To Undergo Digital Breast Tomosynthesis

M.D. Alert Published: March 5, 2021 Read the Full Commentary >> (Reuters Health) – Women have better screening outcomes with digital breast tomosynthesis, but a new study suggests that Black women have less access to this imaging modality. Researchers examined data on 385,503 women screened at one of 63 U.S. breast imaging facilities between 2015[…]