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AI Enables Rapid COVID-19 Lung Imaging Analysis at UCSD Health

Chest X-rays from a patient with COVID-19 pneumonia, original x-ray (left) and AI-for-pneumonia result (right). Patient has a pacemaker device and an enlarged heart, which indicates that the AI algorithm is powerful enough to work even when the patient has underlying health issues.

By Heather Buschman, PhD. For most patients who have died of COVID-19, the pandemic disease caused by a novel coronavirus, the ultimate cause of death was pneumonia, a condition in which inflammation and fluid buildup make it difficult to breathe….
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Video: UC Health IT Responds Now to COVID-19

Webinar: UC Health IT Responds Now to COVID-19

Two UC medical doctors and health CIOs recently hosted a webinar on UC Health IT innovations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The presenters were:

Webinar – UC Health IT Responds Now to COVID-19

A stethoscope, blue digital symbols

With the COVID-19 pandemic creating unprecedented demands on UC Health, the IT teams are responding with innovation and long hours to support UC health care professionals, hospitals, and clinics during this crisis.

Join a special webinar, April 9, 2020, noon…
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Webinar on Friday: AMDIS Expert Panel on COVID-19

Dispatches from the Front: Combating the Coronavirus with Clinical Informatics and Health IT 


Presenters: 
Brian Clay, MD; Howard Landa, MD; Margaret Lozovatsky, MD; Kevin McEnery, MD

In collaboration with AMDIS, this session will feature clinicians who are leveraging electronic…
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