EL DORADO HILLS, Calif., Dec. 4, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- A recent 60 Minutes segment on Artificial Intelligence talked about the over 8,000 articles published every day in the medical community and how it's impossible for physicians to stay on top of the latest developments in their field. IBM says Watson can read those 8,000 articles and help physicians keep up-to-date on all the latest discoveries. On the one hand, this is a new and exciting capability, bringing a wealth of information to the fingertips of physicians, worldwide. On the surface, it would seem that Watson's ability to read and organize information is a sign of things to come.
Watson isn't changing/fixing the system which limits and restricts the flow of information. Instead, Watson is doing more of the same, just a bit faster.
Vloyen changes the model.
With Vloyen, a physician and a new medical device or procedure will connect, instantly, without the help of Watson and without the delay of months or even years before Watson's information arrives on scene. With Vloyen, those 8,000 articles will be routed to the exact reader/physician as soon as they're available. Vloyen connects physicians and their patients to the most important information, without delay.
One can only imagine the implications of this type of information interchange. It's game-changing and lifesaving!
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PRLog ID: www.prlog.org/12680096