MEDICAL TECH NEWS: The AI company using an app to save seriously ill patients

British technology company DeepMind, owned by Google, is working with London’s Royal Free Hospital to transform care through the use of a mobile app called Streams. It aims to address what clinicians call “failure to rescue” — when the right nurse or doctor doesn’t get to the right patient in time. Similar to a breaking news alert on a mobile phone, the app notifies doctors and nurses immediately when test results show a patient is at risk of becoming seriously ill and provides information about previous conditions so they can make a diagnosis.

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