TeraRecon Awarded Two AI Platform Patents
New Intellectual Property Protects Advancements in Downstream Interoperability and Improves User Experience
Artificial intelligence (AI) and advanced visualization technology innovator TeraRecon has been awarded two first-of-its-kind technology patents from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. These patents protect technologies central to how healthcare providers will consume, integrate and adopt artificial intelligence algorithms into their medical imaging interpretation workflows.
Encompassing several innovations related to diagnostic medical image interpretation and AI platform capabilities, the TeraRecon patents protect the underlying capabilities of the company’s commercially-available AI interoperability platform, EnvoyAI and the Northstar™ AI Results Explorer. Physicians are able to maintain full control of AI results through the now protected “Accept, Reject or Adjust” capabilities. The awarded patents also protect AI interoperability features including tracking and storing of AI results and physician preferences for continuous improvements to the user experience and for sharing to downstream health systems.
Jeff Sorenson, CEO, TeraRecon said: “Prioritizing physician control over AI findings is key to garnering trust and achieving wide-spread clinical adoption. These platform patents cover a wide and important range of image interpretation use cases, validating TeraRecon as the standard-bearer for interactive AI-driven radiology interpretation technology.”
Applicable to PACS, clinical reporting and diagnostic reporting workflows, the full range of protected ideas and additional disclosures made in these TeraRecon AI patents can be accessed here.
TeraRecon’s end-to-end AI ecosystem, including the Northstar AI Results Explorer, AI interoperability platform, EnvoyAI and iNtuition™ advanced visualization solutions, will be on display at the upcoming events:
- Health Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) 2020 Annual Meeting
- March 9-13 in Orlando, Florida (Booth #1413)
- European Congress of Radiology (ECR) 2020 Annual Meeting
- March 11-15 in Vienna, Austria (Booth #X5-544)
Recommended AI News: Omnichannel Payments App BharatPe Scoops $75 Million In Series C Funding