Technology has had a tremendous, almost unimaginable impact on our lives. With the advent of internet shopping, healthcare, fitness, banking or robotics, each touchpoint has become an industry and has grown leaps and bounds.
However, to sustain this sheer growth, one key aspect is to have a healthy and fit society where people would lay the foundation for the future.
As technology has evolved and teamed up with the healthcare sector to treat more and more complex ailments, there has always been a rising demand for healthcare professionals.
Meanwhile, with better health facility the life expectancy of many societies globally has increased and there has been a substantial addition to the population. This has resulted in a skewed doctor-to-patient ratio, and the load of work on trained healthcare professionals has become an ever-burgeoning issue.
AI bone age analysis solution helps diagnose ailments
It is these issues in the healthcare sector that Korean company CRESCOM aims to solve by providing convenient and precise solutions for medical professionals to relieve their work load and assist them in focusing more on improving human health.
The company aims to create a world where everyone can get accurate medical services on time. Crescom is a venture startup that develops an automatic AI medical image analysis solution.
It recently launched ‘MediAI-BA,’ an AI bone age analysis software that supplemented existing bone age analysis methods TW3 and GP and applied only the advantages.
This software, which obtained approval for medical devices from the Ministry of Food and Drug Safety in March 2020, can receive growth analysis results in less than 5 seconds while analyzing the whole image and the detailed parts in more detail.
Lee Jae-Joon, CEO of Crescom and his team, designed MediAI-BA, a useful medical artificial intelligence solution that helps doctors increase their productivity through the convenience provided by AI-based medical analysis with accuracy using big data.
The startup currently has designed products that use AI to diagnose fracture, osteoarthritis, and cerebrovascular diseases, helping doctors with AI-based medical analysis solutions to make better and faster diagnoses by providing more convenient, more accurate, and more reliable analysis.