News | Artificial Intelligence | November 13, 2019

MaxQ AI Partners with Arterys

Radiologists and care providers around the world will have access to MaxQ AI’s ACCIPIO ICH and Stroke Platform through Arterys’ cloud-native medical imaging platform

 

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November 13, 2019 – MaxQ AI announced a new partnership agreement with Arterys, a web-based, AI-powered medical image analysis platform. As part of the agreement, MaxQ AI’s ACCIPIO ICH and Stroke Platform, which utilizes deep learning technologies to analyze medical imaging data such as non-contrast head computed tomography (CT) images, will be available on the Arterys Marketplace. An internet-based medical imaging AI platform for radiology, care providers will have easy access to both MaxQ AI’s FDA cleared and CE approved Accipio Ix and Accipio Ax intracranial hemorrhage (ICH) detection software through the Arterys Marketplace along with future solutions in development for investigational use.

“The Arterys Marketplace further expands access to our extensive suite of AI-powered solutions to radiologists through a user-friendly and collaborative platform,” said Gene Saragnese, CEO of MaxQ AI. “This collaboration will help meet the growing demand for AI-powered diagnostic solutions that augment radiologists in acute care settings worldwide. Our Accipio ICH detection solutions for stroke, TBI and head trauma hold great promise for healthcare through significant quality, clinical, and economic advancement in supporting care providers to make the correct ‘minutes matter’ call.”

MaxQ AI’s ACCIPIO ICH and Stroke Platform provide deep clinical insight and actionable data in minutes that will enable physicians across the world to make faster assessments of stroke, traumatic brain injury, and head trauma in any location, at any time. Accipio Ix enables automatic identification and prioritization of non-contrast head CT images with suspected ICH. Accipio Ax provides automatic slice-level annotation of suspected ICH. The Accipio platform is comprised of Class II and Class III medical devices with significant clinical evidence.

The Arterys Marketplace provides radiologists with high-performance medical imaging viewing, AI-based analysis for interpretation, and collaborative case sharing – all through a web browser. The Marketplace also enables AI software developers and innovators to seamlessly distribute both FDA-cleared clinical applications and earlier-stage AI innovations (for research use only) to clinical environments. The Marketplace offers clinical applications for the analysis of cardiac MR, lung CT and chest x-ray images – and now non-contrast head CT images due to the partnership with MaxQ AI. Arterys is compliant with patient data privacy regulations and standards, ensuring security in the cloud, and its products are cleared for commercial sale in over 100 countries.

“We are excited to have MaxQ AI join the Arterys Marketplace, which was created to expand access to and drive AI-powered innovations in healthcare,” said John Axerio-Cilies, Chief Technology Officer & Founder of Arterys. “MaxQ AI shares our commitment to advance healthcare for everyone, and its powerful and proven Accipio solutions and algorithms will further expand our offerings to the latest cutting-edge AI-driven solutions that are designed to reduce variability and subjectivity in clinical diagnoses and alleviate the burden of growing workloads faced by radiologists.”

MaxQ AI will demonstrate the company’s full suite of Accipio solutions during the upcoming Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 2019 Annual Meeting in Chicago (Booth 8345 in the North Hall). MaxQ AI will be highlighted as an Arterys partner at the Arterys exhibit in the AI Showcase (Booth 10918 in the North Hall Level 2).

For more information: www.maxq.ai

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