Using AI to detect brain hemorrhage on CT improves ED workflow
The findings are good news for busy emergency departments, wrote a team led by Dr. Muhannad Seyam of the University Hospital of Basel in Switzerland.
“Clinical workflow appears positively impacted by implementing an AI-based tool for detecting intracranial hemorrhage on emergently acquired CT,” Seyam and colleagues noted.
In September 2020, the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announced that it would reimburse for the use of Viz.ai’s AI-based technology for large-vessel occlusion detection on CT — a decision based on “the premise and promise of enhanced clinical…
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