Designed to be perfect collaborators with you
Our AI products are designed to empower healthcare professionals during key moments in the medical journey. From preventive screenings, early detection, emergency care, institutional disease response and treatment adherence; we're enabling seamless workflow optimisation across the care continuum.
An additional layer of trust for every care decision
Collaborating with world renowned healthcare experts, and training algorithms on unprecedented volumes of data, our AI is developed to uphold the strictest global regulatory standards. Backed by deep data science research our solutions anticipate care needs to aide you in constrained circumstances.
Engineered for dependability & accessibility
Our AI solutions are ready for deployment, whenever and wherever needed. Designed to integrate with existing technological infrastructure, they are configurable with your devices of choice. We offer convenient deployment and scaling procedures while assuring industry certified data security. Our team is there to support you every step of your AI journey.
AI for Lung Nodules
qCT-Lung empowers screening programs and facilitates incidental screening for early detection of lung cancer using AI.
AI for Chest X-rays
qXR aids in the detection of multiple abnormal findings on a chest X-ray in less than 1 minute.
AI for Head CTs
qER aids in the detection of 11 abnormalities on non-contrast head CTs and alerts the neuro-critical care team, enabling faster decision-making for treatments
Qure.ai’s chest X-ray solution helps in early identification of probable TB cases and helps doctors in fast-tracking of TB patients for confirmatory diagnosis. AI will act as a force multiplier for early and fast detection” Speaking about the...
Dr. Shibu Vijayan
Global Director TB/HIV, PATH
Dr. Hemant Deshmukh
Dean, KEM Hospital Head of MCGM COVID-19 taskforce
Dr. Bhujang Pai
Head of Radiology Seven Hills, COVID-19 centre
Director Software Engineering, vRad
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Algorithms trained on
Reduction in workload by
using Normal-Abnormal triage
Reduction in reporting TaT by
Using Critical-Non Critical triage