Microsoft, Kanteron Systems, and 20 other technology companies have set up the “AI in Health Partner Alliance” to leverage the founding members’ vision of Democratizing Artificial Intelligence.
The report lists Kanteron Systems as one of the 12 leading companies in Healthcare’s Emerging Business Models.
Kanteron Systems has been recognized as the leader in Precision Medicine, and awarded the 2016 Precision Medicine Impact Challenge Award by The California Governor’s Office of Planning and Research (OPR) and the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz), in collaboration with Singularity University (SU).
The Precision Medicine Impact Challenge was announced by Atul Butte, MD, PhD, director of the UCSF Institute for Computational Health Sciences, and Elizabeth Baca, MD, MPA, from the Governor’s OPR at the Precision Public Health summit hosted by UCSF in June 2016, convened by the White House and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Shawn Larson, Senior Project Manager at HSCIC, announced the general availability of Kanteron source code for the NHS on Monday, June 6, at UKRC (the largest diagnostic imaging event in the UK). The announcement was made during the session: PACS 2.0 (the next generation) has now happened – any real difference?
In conjunction with HSCIC’s OpenPACS and NHS England’s Code 4 Health / Open Source initiatives, Kanteron Systems has made the source code of its Translational Medical Information Server (TMIS) platform freely available to the NHS.
Jorge Cortell, Kanteron Systems’ CEO was invited by KPMG UK to be a guest speaker at their Health Get Together event yesterday.
Personalised medicine today. Thanks @jorgecortell for making something really complicated sound so amazingly simple pic.twitter.com/8UCbOhkMzw — Claire Watson (@clairewatson80) June 9, 2016
Kanteron Systems today introduced a new way to connect medical imaging devices. “Kanteron’s DirectTransfer” will enable hospital networks achieve higher transfer speeds, reduce cost, and establish large-scale telemedicine networks seamlessly by applying new network protocols and computer algorithms. After leading the industry in digital pathology dicomization, and enhancing clinical genomics with imaging integration. Kanteron Systems has developed a new industry first, by leveraging the latest network protocols designed with online multimedia and applying lessons learned from the “Internet of Things” (IoT), to achieve more efficient routing and packet processing, directed data flows, simplified network configuration and enhanced security.
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