How Mayo is using AI investments to advance patient care

Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic is betting big on artificial intelligence and has made investments in various AI-based startups to improve areas of patient care such as heart failure and primary care, according to an April 5 report from CB Insights.  

Here are six AI investments Mayo has made:

  1. Mayo Clinic has partnered with primary care platform K Health to reduce time between diagnosis and treatment for patients suffering from hypertension. The two are also working on developing algorithms that target other complex conditions such as diabetes and asthma.

  2. Mayo Clinic is working with software developer Vuno to create AI and machine learning tools for oncology. The aim of the tools is to help improve diagnosis, prognosis and treatment stratifications.

  3. Mayo Clinic is partnering with provider of AI-based tools Diagnostic Robotics to automate its patient triage system.

  4. Mayo Clinic partnered with cardiopulmonary startup Eko to develop a machine-learning algorithm that can aid clinicians with earlier detection of heart disease.

  5. Mayo Clinic is using an AI-based platform from Theator to improve education and training for its surgeons.

  6. Mayo Clinic has partnered with Ultonomics to create an AI tool that can alert clinicians of potential heart failure in patients.

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