LUMED: Artificial Intelligence Serving Patients

LUMED: Artificial Intelligence Serving Patients

Published November 22, 2017

“With our technology, patients whose files need to be reviewed in priority are automatically identified by an alert score. The higher the score, the more important it is to review the file, because the chances of success of an intervention are that much higher. Rather than reviewing all 200 patients who receive antibiotics, the pharmacist looks at around forty, using a strategy supported by software that gathers all the information required for a good review of the file.”

Vincent Nault, President, LUMED

LUMED, a software development company dedicated to improving hospital care, was born in Sherbrooke in 2012. It started a few years earlier as part of a research project on the optimal use of antibiotics to treat infectious diseases, particularly by avoiding their overuse.

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