#80 Searching for Dutch hospitals to share hospital data to improve early detection and deterioration of COVID-19 virus
- Location Ramat Gan
- Industry Life sciences and health
- Online since 2020-03-22
DSG group is leading a global AI mission with hospitals to improve predictions & identify measures in order to prioritize treatments. The objectives are to * Predict deterioration risk in diagnosed COVID-19 patients * Track climate effect on symptoms development * Provide diagnostic markers based on imaging & lab measures
ARC-Sheba Hospital, Israel (among the 10th largest hospital in the west)
John Hopkins hospital (to be confirmed).
The objective is developing models for:
* Predicting deterioration risk in diagnosed COV-ID19 patients
* Studying climate effect on symptoms development
* Providing diagnostic markers based on imaging & lab measures
Your hospital data can improve early detection of deterioration, healthcare system efficiency, and save lives.
Hospitals' Deliverables & Benefits :
DSG Federated learning enables data anonymity, but each hospital gains insights surfaced from the collective larger data base:
- Measures and accurate diagnostic markers- to enable flagging high risk patients and to prioritize treatment.
- Accelerated Automation of imaging results analysis, faster than radiologists.
- Extract insights that 'average' radiologist/doctor can't extract.
- Credit will be given to all participating hospitals In all scientific publications
The data required: Anonymized EMR data and\or Imaging data.
Additional optional data:
- Clinical medical notes
- Genomic data
- Any other available clinical data
DSG - GLOBAL AI CENTER OF EXCELLENCE
Founded five years ago, DSG is a team of 30 data science researchers and entrepreneurs with expertise across all Deep Learning and Machine
Learning methods and a unique method of analyzing errors in the DSG/AI model (95% success rate according to predefined goals across all industries). Experts in analyzing electronical medical records, spectrometric analysis of blood plasma, imaging, and signal processing.
Contact: Dr. Gal Noyman-Veksler, [email protected]; +972-54-455-4647; www.datascience.co.ilGo to website