Cubismi Touts Ground-Breaking Technology

Cubismi, a digital healthcare company and new member of StartUp Health, announced this week its new technology My Virtual Body One File (aka “One File”), a “groundbreaking computer system that organizes dispersed medical images and other clinical data into a singular framework for precision analytics of a patient’s body.”

From the official announcement:

The technology leverages population data and AI to create new precision insights into the human body to create advances in patient care, as well as productivity gains for radiologists and other doctors to decrease healthcare costs. Further, by simplifying medical data into a singular “One File,” the technology will decrease IT complexity. The Virtual Body Bio-Map of the patient’s body will act like a “Google maps” of the human body to augment the power of information doctors can access and leverage to best care for their patients.

MHW has learned that the My Virtual Body One File technology harnesses Cubismi’s recently granted U.S. patent on their Methoding System for Creating Probability Maps of the Human Body, the first patent of its kind worldwide. The technology uses the patented “Moving Window” to determine predictive analytics for individual patients for even the smallest components of medical images, three-dimensional tissue areas called “voxels,” via comparisons to a population library of imaging and other clinical data.”

“We have been working very hard on these projects for many years because we know that this transformative technology can create major advances for diseases such as cancer as part of the new precision medicine paradigm,” said Dr. Moira Schieke, CEO and founder of Cubismi Inc., radiologist, cancer imaging expert, and adjunct assistant professor at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. “As a physician-founded company, Cubismi is firmly committed to keeping doctors and nurses in leadership roles for creating the “right” transformation of health care using the new tools of the fourth industrial revolution, including big data and AI. We believe that the real life experiences and subject-matter expertise of healthcare professionals, as well as patient experiences, are vital for developing the best healthcare IT. In addition, we believe that maintaining strong fiduciary trust will be absolutely critical in this new era of patient big data and precision analytics.”

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