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Through a comprehensive, seamless, and secure suite of patient-level medical diagnostic solutions, MaxQ AI aims to empower care providers around the world to better prioritize life-threatening conditions such as stroke and head trauma in acute-care settings. These solutions will help across the diagnosis, prognosis, and therapeutic pathways; potentially saving lives, improving the quality of care, and lowering healthcare costs.
AI can aid clinicians in the delivery of standardization of care
From: Michael Rosenberg, CEO, MaxQ AI
(as published in MedCity News, 12 October 2021)
every patient deserves equal access to expert care
Despite the introduction of new diagnostic techniques, technologies, and monitoring tools, healthcare misdiagnosis rates have remained largely unchanged in the last 30 years. Johns Hopkins investigators have estimated that medical errors are the #3 cause of death in the U.S. with 250,000 deaths per year*. In fact, misdiagnosis may account for 40,000–80,000 preventable deaths every year in US hospitals alone.
And that’s healthcare in general. In the world of stroke and head trauma care – where someone in the U.S. suffers a brain injury every 9 seconds – hospital admissions have increased 18% in the past 10 years, and settlements for a single medical malpractice for an undiagnosed brain bleed can reach into the millions of dollars*. With the cost of stroke care estimated at $150,000 per year per patient, some projections estimate $240 billion in total direct and indirect stroke care costs.
Reaching clear finding as quickly as possible means better patient outcomes. Data from the Target Stroke initiative suggests that for every 15-minute reduction in time to treatment, 3.2% more patients are able to ambulate, and 5.1% more patients are able to return home*.
Radiologists need seamless, integrated solutions that provide clinical insights and answers, empowering their decisions to recommend better treatment faster. Helping them avoid burnout. Empowering them to help save lives.
Radiologists in stroke and trauma care need MaxQ AI solutions.
When you combine misdiagnosis with stroke and head-trauma patients, every second matters.
deaths per year
Shortage of physicians
In total stroke-
related care costs
Every 9 seconds
someone in the US
sustains a brain injury
Increase in admissions
due to intracranial
hemorrhage over the
last 10 years
THE MAXQ SOLUTION
DELIVERING A NEW CLASS OF MEDIAL DIAGNOSTIC ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE STRIVING TO:
Enhance escalation and intervention confidence
Improve care quality and lower healthcare costs
Deploy through major CT, Radiology Reporting, AI platform, and PACS channel partners
Greatly increase ICH detection and reduce missed ICHs through near real-time triage, annotation, and diagnostic rule-out
Provide the right care readied faster, improving quality to potentially avoid poor patient outcomes and to decrease costs and liability
TRIAGE AID FOR CASE-LEVEL IDENTIFICATION OF SUSPECTED INTRACRANIAL HEMORRHAGE POSITIVE FINDING OR ABSENCE OF ICH
Provides automatic, rapid, highly accurate triage for suspected ICH presence or high NPV absence.
INTRACRANIAL HEMORRHAGE IDENTIFICATION & PRIORITIZATION
Provides automatic, rapid, highly accurate identification and prioritization of suspected ICH.
INTRACRANIAL HEMORRHAGE SLICE-LEVEL ANNOTATION
Provides automatic, rapid, highly accurate slice-level annotation & prioritization of suspected ICH.
THE MAXQ MARKET APPROACH
MaxQ AI partners with AI industry-leading and trusted CT OEMs, PACS software, and AI Ecosystem companies – including GE Healthcare (CT and PACS), IBM Watson, Philips (CT and PACS), FujiFilm, Nuance Communications, Blackford — to distribute our integrated solutions through their worldwide channels. We strive to achieve global reach with our innovative imaging technologies and their deep clinical insights.
MORE ABOUT ACCIPIO CLINICAL SUITE
MaxQ AI will support the complete Accipio Clinical Suite with INSIGHT. It will support the Radiology Department, Emergency Room, Neuroradiology, and the Stroke teams with a fully automated solution.
Provides highly accurate auto-processing of the DICOM adult non-contrast head CT images with suspected ICH using artificial intelligence for prioritization and triage of intracranial hemorrhage.
Auto-returns rapid case-level summary report of a suspected intracranial hemorrhage to any DICOM-compliant CT terminal or PACS worklist, informing if a suspected hemorrhage has been detected.
Zero clicks to ACCIPIO results. Zero need to leave workflow. Zero stored PHI. Zero change to original series. No onsite IT integration required. Seamless from the Start.
GDPR compliant. Supports HIPAA compliance. ISO 27001 and ISO 27799 Information Management Security Certified.
FLEXIBLE DEPLOYMENT, SPAN™
Maximum flexibility, rapidly deployed on major OEM CT and PACS, with an on-premise, and cloud-capable design. Able to grow with your CT and PACS.
MAXQ AI IS AT THE FOREFRONT OF TRANSFORMING HEALTHCARE BY EMPOWERING PHYSICIANS TO PROVIDE “SMARTER CARE” THROUGH INTELLIGENT IMAGING WITH ACTIONABLE INSIGHTS. WE ARE COMMITTED TO HARNESSING THE POWER OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI) TO RAISE THE LEVEL OF ACUTE CARE IN HOSPITALS ALL AROUND THE WORLD. WE STRIVE TO DELIVER EXPERT RESULTS TO THE PHYSICIANS THAT SAVE LIVES, IMPROVE CARE QUALITY, AND LOWER HEALTHCARE COSTS.
CUSTOMER RESEARCH ANALYSIS
"A stroke doesn't wait for care to be convenient. Hospitals need to have the tools to treat hemorrhage and stroke victims regardless of location and time. MaxQ AI's Accipio ICH & Stroke Platform tools are ready and available 24/7 to get your patients the care they need."
MARK C. DELANO, MD FACR ADVANCED RADIOLOGY SERVICES, PC
"We serve multiple hospitals where we may have several CT head cases with other stat exams to read-with no way of knowing what is the most acute without adding more radiologist - this risk exposure is amplified when a priority stroke case hits the ED. Having an intelligent agent prioritize these cases would increase safety, improve patient care, and inform staffing decisions."
EMERGENCY ROOM & ADMIN EMERGENCY MEDICINE
"The ability for a small ER...where there is no access to any radiology overnight or near radiology, and they need to make a decision re: tPA...this would be massively helpful."