WakeMed is testing new technology to find patterns in patient crises
WakeMed Hospital in Raleigh is one only two hospitals in the country testing a new technology which could help predict patient crises in the intensive care unit
The coming of age for big data and artificial intelligence in the ICU
As artificial intelligence permeates almost all aspects of our lives, learn how AI is transforming our practice of critical care by offering us access to a “digital second opinion” with predictive analytics enabling us to be proactive and improve outcomes.
CLEW Brings Groundbreaking AI-Powered Critical Care Solution to US Market with Launch at SCCM 2020
Deployable from the bedside to a centralized command and control facility, CLEW uses artificial intelligence to improve the outcomes and safety of critically ill patients in TeleICU and Critical Care settings
CLEW Secures Series B Funding
Funding will be used to scale US operations and commercialize CLEW’s critical care platform
Dr. John Halamka joins CLEW’s Scientific Advisory Board
Prominent healthcare technology pioneer to advise CLEW as the company expands its product offering across the entire continuum of care
CLEW to be featured in a new episode of “Information Matrix”, with Laurence Fishburne
Featuring healthcare industry experts, the program will show how critical care units are using AI-Machine Learning to deliver true patient value
CLEW Collaborates With UMass Memorial Medical Center to Bring Predictive Analytics to Tele-ICUs
AI predictive analytics platform to provide clinical, operational & financial benefits to all layers of tele-ICU management and staff
Does big data hold the secret to controlling sepsis?
A big data, machine learning-based system could analyze patient profiles who have suffered from sepsis and build a profile that would show the specific data readings for each data point, alone and as they interact with other data points.
CLEW IS IMPLEMENTING AT WAKEMED HOSPITAL
Clew Medical has recently announced its partnership with WakeMed for its clinical trials in the eICU to detect patient deterioration in realtime
Israel 21C - Saving lives in the ICU through artificial intelligence
An Israeli venture capitalist’s personal tragedy brought him to a startup seeking to provide immediate health updates for fragile patients
Clew Medical is using AI to identify patients at risk
AI has been the buzzword of 2017, with the technology increasingly used to bring predictive analysis to marketing applications.
Winner of the "Mind the Data" startup competition held by Calcalist and Microsoft
Harnessing AI technologies to help ICUs cut down on treatment time and cost.
CLEW: Boosting clinical analysis with machine learning
CLEW used Google Compute Engine to build a reliable, scalable, cloud-based machine learning platform to develop and train its critical care algorithms.
Intensix raises $8.3M for machine-learning tech to head off ICU complications
Uses a range of ICU data, predictive modeling and machine learning to provide predictions of patient deterioration, which could potentially help care staff prevent complications.
Winner of the 8200 start-up competition
In the high-tech entrepreneurship competition, the CLEW system which alerts emergency medical conditions in intensive care departments
clew teams with Mayo Clinic on critical care
The study will focus on the feasibility of using the Israeli startup's analytics platform to predict patient deterioration from infection.
Big data co clew and Ichilov to collaborate
Israeli startup Intensix is developing analytics for early detection of complications or deterioration in intensive care patients.
clew - Winner of the Innovation Award
Most Innovative startup at the 22nd annual conference of the Israeli Society for Quality in Healthcare for presenting “The Next Game Changer in Critical Care”