Artificial intelligence to keep people out of hospital

A TEAM of Country Health SA clinicians and South Australian information technology experts have won a Federal Government grant to develop an Australian-first artificial intelligence digital health platform that ultimately aims to keep people out of hospital.

A consortium led by Country Health SA’s Integrated Cardiovascular Clinical Network (iCCnet) was awarded a $340,000 grant to develop an AI platform that collates clinical data and automatically assesses peoples’ health risk – whether presenting to hospital or at home.

iCCnet clinical director Phil Tideman said for the past decade the team had been working on developing a number of clinical databases that collect data


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