GeneratorWorks, an Ohio-based software and hardware supplier, is joining forces with California telemedicine provider SmartDocMD to develop SecurePass, a digital coronavirus screening software. The tool utilizes clinical algorithms integrating CDC risk-assessment guidelines, patient symptoms, and medical comorbidities to categorize high-risk patients.
Meanwhile, Atlanta's Jvion has unveiled the COVID Community Vulnerability Map, a ground-breaking AI-based mapping system that pinpoints social determinants increasing communities' risk of coronavirus.
Qure.ai, a healthcare AI start-up based in Mumbai, announced that its chest X-ray automation and interpretation software had been updated with coronavirus-specific detection capabilities. They have also developed an app for monitoring COVID-19 patients and mapping virus hotspots.
Researchers have confirmed the efficacy of RadLogics' AI software that detects COVID-19 in CT scans, which has already seen deployments in China, Russia, and Italy.
Lastly, London's behold.ai has developed the Red Dot algorithm that quickly flags chest X-ray markers, potentially expediting COVID-19 diagnosis and resource allocation.