Partners HealthCare and GE Healthcare launch 10-year collaboration to integrate Artificial Intelligence into every aspect of the patient journey
Partners HealthCare and GE Healthcare today announced a 10-year collaboration to rapidly develop, validate and strategically integrate deep learning technology across the entire continuum of care. The collaboration will be executed through the newly formed Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital Center for Clinical Data Science and will feature co-located, multidisciplinary teams with broad access to data, computational infrastructure and clinical expertise. The initial focus of the relationship will be on the development of applications aimed to improve clinician productivity and patient outcomes in diagnostic imaging. Over time, the groups will create new business models for applying AI to healthcare and develop products for additional medical specialties like molecular pathology, genomics and population health.
Most Recent Posts:
The Medically Engineered Solutions in Healthcare (MESH) Incubator: A case study of innovation “push”
In an opinion piece for STAT, Marc Succi, MD, Clinician-in-Residence at Mass General Brigham Innovation, addresses the…