News | Artificial Intelligence | February 28, 2024

The partnership will enable healthcare providers in Europe to access DeepHealth technology via Incepto, addressing a broader range of operational and clinical challenges

The partnership will enable healthcare providers in Europe to access DeepHealth technology via Incepto, addressing a broader range of operational and clinical challenges

February 28, 2024 — DeepHealth, one of the leading providers of radiology informatics and AI solutions, and Incepto, Europe's leading platform for artificial intelligence (AI) solutions applied to medical imaging, announced they are partnering to deliver expanded access to DeepHealth clinical AI and radiology informatics software. The announcement took place at the European Congress of Radiology (ECR 2024) in Vienna, Austria.

Sham Sokka, Chief Operating and Technology Officer, DeepHealth, said: “AI is rewriting the rules on what we can do with imaging technology in healthcare. DeepHealth’s radiology informatics technology, being introduced as DeepHealth OS, integrates AI into all aspects of radiology, from patient engagement to imaging and diagnosis to follow-ups. It aims to empower users across the care continuum with personalized workflows to deliver better care.”

Integrated AI Clinical Solutions

Radiologists across Europe will be able to access DeepHealth OS, a cloud-native operating system that orchestrates clinical and operational workflows, and AI technologies, through Incepto. Incepto-curated AI solutions will be deeply integrated into the upcoming DeepHealth OS. The aim is to provide access to a wider AI-powered portfolio with integrated AI clinical solutions and workflow tools to address multiple challenges faced by radiologists and staff.

“The alliance between Incepto and DeepHealth represents a unique synergy that harnesses the combined expertise and resources of both organizations to address the most pressing challenges in radiology,” said Antoine Jomier, co-founder and CEO at Incepto. “This strategic partnership aims at delivering faster the transformative impact in healthcare by joining forces in Europe and the United States. On the technical side, this will mean that DeepHealth will leverage Incepto’s AI orchestration platform as part of the DeepHealth OS offering and will integrate the Incepto-curated portfolio of AI solutions to extend their AI solutions to healthcare providers. On the commercial side, DeepHealth will pilot the Incepto offering within the 366+ outpatient imaging centers in the United States operated by DeepHealth’s parent RadNet, Inc., and other countries where DeepHealth has an active presence.”

Workflow Optimization

Incepto’s AI orchestration platform is a system intended to coordinate and manage the integration, workflow and optimization of diverse artificial intelligence component within DeepHealth, enhancing efficiency and scalability of radiology services across the care continuum.

Sham Sokka said: “It’s important to us that clinics across the world can benefit from these tools. Incepto will give more radiology teams across Europe access to our technology, including our lung cancer AI which is currently being used in over 90% of screening sites in the UK’s targeted lung cancer screening pilot.”

This partnership builds on DeepHealth’s current portfolio of eRAD Radiology Information and Image Management Systems, Aidence lung AI and Quantib prostate AI, which are now rebranded as Saige Lung and Prostate, and unified through DeepHealth OS, the integrated radiology informatics platform.

DeepHealth technology is already used in over 300 radiology departments and imaging centers across the world. Over 15 million exams each year are performed using DeepHealth solutions with more than two million AI-informed clinical decisions.

For more information: https://deephealth.com/

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