Machine Learning to Improve the Patient Journey

Kristina Turner | 1 November 2020

Machine learning and artificial intelligence tools (ML/AI) rapidly detect patterns the human eye can’t easily see. Analyse large patient datasets to understand and predict patterns to improve health outcomes. Pharma data insights using real world evidence to support the right patient on the right treatment.

Ricky Chen, CTO and co-founder shares Prospections story at the AWS Summit Online 2020

Conclusion

  • Longitudinal patient data provides informed clinical decision making and improves patient outcomes
  • AI/ML tools efficiently process large volumes of data supporting the pace of medical innovation
  • Pharma data analytics using world data

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