TeraRecon, a provider of advanced visualization and artificial intelligence (AI) for medical imaging, announced the launch of its next-generation Eureka Clinical AI platform. Designed to support the communication infrastructure and enable collaboration for the entire care team, the platform serves as an end-to-end clinical application integrating multiple AI algorithms and workflows. Eureka Clinical AI supports dual desktop and mobile viewers for cross-specialty collaboration and patient-specific sharing of AI results to accelerate timely access to mission critical images and insights.

The Eureka Clinical AI platform is unique in supporting third-party, customer-developed, and TeraRecon-developed AI algorithms in one unified workflow with clear model-management capabilities. TeraRecon’s recently released TR Neuro for neurovascular emergencies is an example of one such application. A specialized, universal viewer gives clinicians the option to directly interact with the AI results, including a unique and patented approval and rejection facility, before confirming the AI findings to the enterprise reporting system. The Eureka Clinical AI platform is supplemented by TR Analytics, providing critical insights to monitor productivity and platform utilization, individual AI algorithm performance.

“We are excited with the Eureka Clinical AI platform and its capabilities in executing 3rd party AI algorithms, such as InferVision’s InferRead CT Lung AI,” said Matt Dewey, Chief Information Officer at Wake Radiology. “I was especially impressed with the collaboration between Wake Radiology, TeraRecon and InferVision to streamline procurement and deployment of the AI solution. This has led to efficient readings for our radiologists reducing the time it takes to review lung CT.”

“A high-performance AI ecosystem is fundamentally built on four key pillars” said Dan McSweeney, President of TeraRecon. “Comprehensive ability to host all forms of AI including customer developed, TeraRecon developed and 3rd party algorithms. Physician-centric in that the platform enables the clinician and reaffirms their role in the decision-making process and diagnosis. Integrated in that the AI platform can serve as the single point of access for consolidating AI solutions minimizing the burden to procure new AI algorithms, standardizing the deployment process, and seamlessly integrating into providers’ enterprise imaging systems.

“Finally, enable AI solution performance to be fully transparent to further provide confidence in AI and the scope of where it should be applied. These pillars must be built on a solid foundation of a vendor agnostic platform that is AI ready, scalable, secure, and robust. TeraRecon’s solution is the only one on the market that delivers on these promises today.”

[Source(s): ConcertAI, PR Newswire]