We are delighted to have partnered with CeADAR, Ireland’s Centre for Applied AI. This partnership aligns with our vision of using digital transformation to improve the patient experience and that of the organisations and individuals that care for them. One of the biggest drivers of how healthcare is provided is the use of data analytics and Artificial Intelligence (AI), to improve patient safety, organisational efficiencies and the patient experience. As members of CeADAR, we can harness their expertise in the area to bring an even stronger offering to our clients.
David Nash, Vitro Software CEO & Chairman says, “This is an important step for us and our clients, we will start to work with them over the coming year and beyond on projects that enable clients to be more efficient in their operations and ultimately improve the patient experience. We expect to see our clients use the diagnostic and predictive capabilities of AI to respond better to their patient needs through the Vitro platform. Examples may include using the highly accurate capabilities of AI to interpret medical images, for example, CT scans, mammograms and ultrasounds, and extract information to support clinician decision making. There are multiple opportunities to aid any given process, but we are pragmatic about working in partnership with our clients to offer them tailored solutions that meet their specific demands”
CeADAR is the National Centre for AppliedAI. CeADAR is a market-focused technology centre that drives the accelerated development, and deployment of data analytics and AI technology and innovation. The Centre’s work focuses on developing tools, techniques and technologies that enable more people, organisations and industries to use analytics and machine intelligence for better decision making and competitive advantage. CeADAR is the bridge between the worlds of applied research in analytics and AI and their commercial deployment.
CeADAR is the European Union’s designated AI Digital Innovation Hub for Ireland and has EU BDVA i-Spaces accreditation since 2018. The centre was awarded the Dunn & Bradstreet prize for Best Analytics Research Group Ireland at the DatSci Awards and is the founder along with NextGeneration of the European Data Science and AI awards. Find out more; www.ceadar.ie