Nuance’s secure nationwide AI powered cloud platform streamlines care team communication and delivers patient-specific imaging insights within clinical workflows.
Qure.ai announced that it has connected to the Nuance Precision Imaging Network™. The secure nationwide cloud platform empowers collaborative care teams with streamlined communications and AI insights from diagnostic imaging within existing workflows to improve healthcare outcomes and costs.
Qure is on a mission to use AI technology to enable accessible, affordable, and timely care across the globe. This goal drives Qure’s product design, growth, and partnership efforts. Qure is currently present in 70+ countries, impacting 12 million lives. While the benefits of using AI in clinical workflows are well documented, the emphasis on workflow integration and easy access is vital for smooth adoption.
Leveraging the nationwide scale of the Nuance PowerScribe and Nuance PowerShare diagnostic imaging solutions and powered by Microsoft Azure
, the Nuance Precision Imaging Network connects radiologists, care providers, health plans, self-insured employers, life science companies, and other imaging stakeholders to broaden access to precision diagnostics and therapeutics, increase healthcare efficiency, and lower costs. In addition, it enables secure and seamless sharing of AI insights from diagnostic imaging to enhance clinical decision-making as well as care team collaboration and facilitate the earlier detection and treatment of diseases for improved patient outcomes.
Prashant Warier, CEO of Qure.ai
, said, “Our mission at Qure is to make accessible, affordable, and timely care a reality worldwide through the power of AI. Working with Nuance is a significant step in that direction. We believe workflow integration and ease of access is vital for widespread AI adoption. This collaboration holds immense potential for the future of healthcare AI in the US."
“The collaboration between Qure.ai and Nuance helps make cutting-edge imaging AI easily integrated and accessible to different stakeholders in the US healthcare system,” said Roland Dias, Vice President and General Manager of Nuance's Precision Imaging Network. “We’re excited to work together to bring scalable diagnostics solutions for providers and patients across the country.”