The medical device landscape dramatically changed with Apple’s first FDA-cleared device: Apple Watch Series 4. To improve patient outcomes, all healthcare products must provide data as health IT makes its way into every sector.
A few local examples:
• Diagnostics: Ariel Precision Medicine is marrying machine-learning algorithms with genomics to create a new class of diagnostic tests.
• Therapeutics: Quantitative Medicine is applying active machine learning to optimize drug discovery.
• Biotechnology: Immunetrics is utilizing comprehensive computer modeling to simulate human response to drug therapy.
Health IT is everywhere today, and Pittsburgh is at the forefront. Learn more at HealthITPittsburgh.com.
– James F. Jordan, Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse