US radiologists working with Nutex Health Hospitals now have access to world-class DrAid™, an artificial intelligence doctor’s assistant
VinBrain’s advanced AI assistant in diagnostic imaging, DrAid™ Chest XR, was successfully integrated into the radiology workflow of Nutex Health Inc. in Houston, Texas, United States through a Software Subscription License Agreement – SaaS (Software as a Service) model.
DrAid™ CXR employs AI algorithms to prioritize and triage abnormalities in chest X-rays with an impressive accuracy rate of 91%. Integrating DrAid™ Chest XR into Nutex Health facilities allows for the timely identification and prioritization of time-sensitive findings in chest X-rays. Furthermore, it assists in clinical management and reduces the chances of errors or delays in reporting.
Within a year of receiving the first FDA 510(k) clearance last September, DrAidTM successfully secured commercialization in the United States for its AI-enabled Radiology v1. This rapid achievement highlights the efficiency and effectiveness of the system in detecting suggestive pneumothorax findings in human chest X-rays.
Dr. Tom Vo, CEO & Chairman of Nutex Health Inc., commended DrAid™ CXR for its remarkable impact, stating, “The software is a high-standard product capable of identifying abnormalities in chest X-rays.” By this, DrAid™ CXR enhances the probability of confirming a case and saves valuable time for doctors, especially during odd or late-night hours in time-sensitive settings like the ER departments. Dr. Vo concluded, “We selected a great AI company to optimize the service workflows of our ER hospitals.“
Mr. Steven Truong, VinBrain’s Chief Executive Officer, expressed his thoughts on this deployment: “This collaboration represents the integration of innovative medical infrastructure in micro-hospitals, aligning with the global healthcare industry’s ongoing transformation towards AI-powered solutions”.
VinBrain persists in challenging markets like the US while developing new AI products to combat global diseases. In June, their DrAid™ Liver Cancer CT gained recognition at the esteemed 4th Stanford AIMI Symposium (USA) and the 10th Radiological Congress of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Liver cancer accounted for 905,677 new cases and 830,180 deaths in 2020, with a projected risk for over 90 countries and 30 million lives by 2040. VinBrain remains committed to addressing this pressing global health issue.