Thanks to artificial intelligence, doctors are more able to detect early-stage cancer from chest X-rays.
A physician with an AI assistant has up to a 25% higher success rate in determining a finding than a physician who does not use AI.
Tools with implemented artificial intelligence can deliver the necessary confidence and data to correctly evaluate images with up to 99.5% accuracy in assessing the correct finding.
Studies show that up to 35% of radiologists disagree on a diagnosis during a consultation. For the most complex cases, doctors are unsure of their assessment in up to 25% of cases after a few days.
With AI trained on tens of thousands of images from around the world, every doctor is given a tool that can advise them in any situation. Thanks to its training, AI can convey information about possible findings from given modalities in any circumstance, at any time. This will improve the quality of healthcare provided, but most importantly, it can prevent the spread of possible diseases.