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In our news you will get an overview of our product updates
as well as current news of the digital health industry.
RAYLYTIC’s innovations in Artificial Intelligence for the healthcare space reached main feature status in EU Startup News magazine.
RAYLYTIC, an industry leader in automated medical image analysis for spinal and orthopedic applications, receives two abstract acceptances at the 18th annual German Spine Society (DWG) Congress in Stuttgart, Germany.
RAYLYTIC image analysis methods appear in first pan-European consensus on clinical evaluation requirements for joint arthroplasty devices
EFORT, the European Federation of National Associations of Orthopedics and Traumatology, recently released its first consensus on “Medical and Scientific Research Requirements for the Clinical Introduction of Artificial Joint Arthroplasty Devices.”
The consensus comes as part of efforts to define and standardize sufficient performance requirements and evaluation methodologies under the new (pre-)clinical data requirements under the EU Medical Device Regulation (EU MDR).
Denmark is among the top countries using patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) and patient-reported experience measures (PREMs) in the world. Behind the success is the thorough inclusion of patients and integration into clinical routine.
Redundant and time-consuming work is the precursor to burnout, especially in high-stress industries like healthcare. With the successful integration of our ePRO solution UNITY into the Swiss National Implant Registry SIRIS, however, Swiss hospitals can easily fulfill the legal obligation to transfer joint replacement data to the registry.
Berlin, 26 October 2022 – Dr. Marcel Dreischarf, Chief Scientific Officer of RAYLYTIC, held a presentation on the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) to analyze medical imaging data at the German Congress for Orthopedics and Traumatology 2022 (DKOU 2022).
On Friday, May 13, RAYLYTIC presented its AI-powered software solutions on home soil in Leipzig at the bionection 2022, a networking conference facilitating the exchange of technology between science and industry.
With the goal of developing AI-driven analysis of coronal parameters in patients with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis, Dr. Peter Obid, together with RAYLYTIC, was awarded the AO Spine 2021 Research Start-up Grant.
At the DMEA 2022, RAYLYTIC and AIQNET partners showcased interoperable solutions for challenges facing the digital healthcare industry.