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Machine learning in diagnostic services

The Care Quality Commission has published the findings of a pilot that looked at the use of machine learning applications in diagnostic services.

Machine learning can be used for a wide range of diagnostic data and could contribute to identifying disease or clinical risks to people’s health faster and more accurately. The applications can support healthcare staff when they use medical imaging to help diagnose a wide variety of conditions. For example, by helping to interpret X-rays, physiological measurement, and other clinical data. More...