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Freelance journalist and correspondent for digital health-related topics. I'm the founder of and editor-in-chief of ICT&Health International and OSOZ News, an author of and 500+ articles and health-IT reports, content writer, and influential voice on social media. I mentor startups and guides healthcare organizations aiming to develop digital strategies.
The impact of artificial intelligence on today’s mainstream clinical practice

Medical-grade algorithms in cardiology, powered by AI, are revolutionizing diagnosis, workflow, and patient outcomes. By automating ECG analysis, AI saves valuable physician time and enhances precision in detecting cardiovascular conditions. This technology streamlines workflows, improves access to care, and ensures patient safety, marking a significant advancement in healthcare. With AI integration, hospitals can achieve higher cost-effectiveness without compromising quality, ushering in a new era of precision medicine.

Hospitals are redesigning workflows in cardiology but the real shift requires trust in AI

The COVID-19 pandemic has underscored the need for innovation in healthcare, particularly in cardiology. Embracing digital health technologies like AI can alleviate burdens on clinicians, improve patient outcomes, and streamline workflows. Solutions like Cardiomatics’ AI-based ECG analysis platform offer promising opportunities for enhancing diagnostic accuracy and reducing administrative tasks, marking a significant step toward redefining standards of care in cardiology.

Fast and safe: cloud-based analysis of ECG long-term monitoring

Cardiomatics CEO Rafał Samborski emphasizes the healthcare industry’s shift towards cloud-based solutions, mirroring trends in finance and logistics. Herzpraxis Interlaken in Switzerland has successfully integrated Cardiomatics’ digital solution for evaluating long-term ECGs, reducing analysis time and improving accuracy. This partnership reflects the broader trend of technological innovation in modern medicine, ensuring efficient, high-quality patient care with seamless integration and ongoing algorithm improvements.

The Cardiologist And AI

AI is revolutionizing cardiology by supporting clinicians and enhancing patient outcomes. Rafał Samborski, CEO of Cardiomatics, underscores AI’s potential to save lives through improved disease prevention and diagnosis. Algorithms streamline processes like ECG analysis, reducing workload and enhancing patient safety. Despite concerns, AI-driven solutions like Cardiomatics offer reliable tools for hospitals, improving healthcare delivery.