With innovative AI for healthcare
Clinithink is a technology company built around CLiX, the world’s first Healthcare AI capable of truly understanding unstructured medical notes.
CLiX can recognize idioms, metaphors, turns of phrase, and all 72 different ways of saying ‘fractured left neck of femur’.
CLiX can read, understand and extrapolate from the meandering mass of deductions, hunches, opinions and observations that doctors use to describe conditions in real life.
Through CLiX, Clinithink can generate deeply human insights at superhuman speeds, to save time, money and even lives.
Because only CLiX really, truly, gets it.
Only CLiX, clicks.
Clinithink has partnered with AstraZeneca Oncology UK in a new project that aims to find patients that could benefit from lung disease screening, leading to earlier diagnosis and potentially improving patient outcomes.
Chris Tackaberry, founder and CEO of Clinithink, explains why a left shift is needed and how AI can play a key role in tackling some of the biggest challenges facing healthcare in 2023, and beyond.
PINC AI™ Applied Sciences (PAS) and AstraZeneca, along with their partner Clinithink, have been chosen as the BWB Awards winner for innovative use of technology-enabled healthcare solutions in the Digital Medicine category.
Non-communicable diseases including cancer, diabetes, strokes and dementia remain the cause of almost 70% of all deaths worldwide. Together they constitute another ‘epidemic’ which is putting healthcare budgets and frontline staff under enormous strain.
Northwell Health, the largest healthcare provider in New York State has signed a ten-year agreement with Clinithink to use its CLiX revenue solution to improve accuracy in its revenue cycle management operations.
University of Utah Health, a world class healthcare provider and research institution has partnered with Clinithink to help improve the diagnosis and treatment of rare diseases in sick newborns at its Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
Thousands of diabetes patients could be spared a limb amputation thanks to ground-breaking AI technology that has helped Barts Health NHS Trust identify people at risk from complications.
Rapid diagnosis of a case at Rady Children’s Institute for Genomic Medicine (RCIGM) highlights the value of new advancements with AI in diagnostics