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Don’t go to Dr. Google, Use a specialized AI Pre-Diagnosis tool with Peter Bannister, Vice President of Life Sciences at Ada Health

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Don’t go to Dr. Google, Use a specialized AI Pre-Diagnosis tool with Peter Bannister, Vice President of Life Sciences at Ada Health

September 21, 2022

Don’t go to Dr. Google, Use a specialized AI Pre-Diagnosis tool with Peter Bannister, Vice President of Life Sciences at Ada Health

Have you ever looked up your symptoms on Dr. Google only for it to mistakenly say you have cancer or something worse? 

In this episode, Peter Bannister, Vice President of Life Sciences at Ada Health, talks about how Ada has developed a more informed and accurate alternative for people to initially go to when feeling unwell. With the help of cutting-edge artificial intelligence technology, a vast medical knowledge engine behind it, and high clinical evidence expertise and standards, Ada Health can be used as an app or in other familiar interfaces to allow people to report symptoms and have a personalized question flow; The result of this is a set of suggested conditions that concur with their symptomatology.

Ada has a user-friendly version for patients and one designed for the healthcare professional to review, accelerating the doctor-patient relationship. Peter explains how Ada focuses on low and middle-income countries and is available in 11 languages, including Swahili and Arabic. It seeks to be a reliable tool that triages users to the correct provider and form of treatment, allowing them to interact with an expert to get the support and care needed.

Tune in to this episode to listen about how a combination of man and machine can transform the care that’s delivered!

Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health

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