Aidoc, a provider of healthcare AI solutions, today announced an agreement with Gleamer, a French med-tech company using AI technology in the practice of radiology, to integrate Gleamer's BoneView solution for X-ray. The onboarding of Gleamer's AI BoneView X-ray solution expands Aidoc's venture into the X-ray modality with a recent FDA clearance for triage and notification of pneumothoraces.
"After receiving our FDA clearance in early March and entering the U.S. commercial market, this partnership with Aidoc is an exciting milestone for our company," said Christian Allouche, CEO and co-founder of Gleamer. "Considering the existing fatigue and shortages experienced in the U.S. and that fracture interpretation errors can represent up to 24 percent of harmful diagnostic errors seen in the ER, we anticipate that the integration will benefit health systems looking to improve imaging efficiency across all their facilities."
With the new integration, Aidoc's AI platform now offers clinicians a tool for assisting in the identification and localization of fractures in limbs, pelvis, thoracic and lumbar spine and rib cage in X-ray images, solidifying Aidoc's foray into the X-ray space and diversifying Aidoc's AI offering. Aidoc's end-to-end AI platform, designed to empower hospitals to seamlessly integrate more AI solutions and orchestrate them across an entire network of facilities, already includes numerous vetted third-party AI vendors—including Imbio, Riverain, Subtle, Icometrix and ScreenPoint.
"Considering that bone trauma X-rays account for a high percentage of hospital imaging volume, the integration of Gleamer's solution is an important step in our mission to provide comprehensive coverage with AI," said Tom Valent, VP of Business Development at Aidoc. "Powered by the enterprise-grade scalability of our AI platform, Gleamer's solution is another highly valued addition to our suite of industry-leading AI solutions that, combined, empower health systems to improve patient outcomes across multiple modalities and service lines within the hub-and-spoke model."