News | Artificial Intelligence | June 05, 2024

Offering the power of Artificial Intelligence to their second opinion CT report to promote early detection of chronic conditions

 

Offering the power of Artificial Intelligence to their second opinion CT report to promote early detection of chronic conditions

June 5, 2024 — Nano-X Imaging, an innovative medical imaging technology company, today announced that its deep-learning medical imaging analytics subsidiary, Nanox AI Ltd., has launched an artificial intelligence (AI) functionality in the Second Opinions online medical consultation service. Second Opinions is a platform provided by USARAD Holdings INC, a subsidiary of Nano-X Imaging Ltd., that provides teleradiology services. The platform connects patients with radiologists and other subspecialty physicians for additional consultation on their medical diagnoses. Second Opinions has integrated three of Nanox.AI’s FDA 510(k)-cleared AI solutions, enabling patients to conveniently get second opinions from experts in various medical and surgical subspecialties including radiology, neurology, oncology and orthopedic surgery. The integration of Nanox.AI’s tools is intended to promote the early detection of chronic conditions on chest and abdominal CT scans:

  • AI Cardiac solution (HealthCCSng) detects coronary artery calcium, an early sign of coronary artery disease
  • AI Bone solution (HealthOST) assesses bone mineral density, and highlights vertebral spine compression fractures which can indicate risk of osteoporosis
  • AI Liver solution (HealthFLD) measures liver density, which can indicate fatty liver disease

These AI-driven insights are reviewed and approved by Second Opinions physicians and incorporated into reports for patients who submit eligible chest and abdominal CT scans.

“We are excited to bring AI-powered, early detection through the Second Opinions platform to patients seeking peace of mind concerning their health and diagnoses,” said Erez Meltzer, Nanox Chief Executive Officer. “The integration of Nanox.AI’s solutions into the Second Opinions service will help empower radiologists and other healthcare providers by providing them with advanced AI tools that aim to improve patient outcomes. We will continue exploring opportunities to leverage our AI technology to promote accessible early diagnosis and preventative management.”

Learn more about Second Opinions and its new AI capabilities at Artificial Intelligence (AI) Service - Second Opinions.

For more information: www.nanox.vision


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