Two complementary solutions will enhance stroke care delivery across the end-to-end pathway, from pre-acute to the intra-hospital at Ipswich Hospital.
Visionable’s next-generation digital healthcare collaboration platform can be used across the care pathway, from emergency response connecting front-line responders and members of public on scene to remote specialist clinicians, through to hospital treatment, including virtual consultations, multidisciplinary team (MDT) meetings and at-home care.
This platform is combined with Brainomix’s e-Stroke software, a collection of tools that use state-of-the-art AI algorithms to support doctors by providing real-time interpretation of brain scans to help guide treatment and transfer decisions for stroke patients, allowing more patients to be treated in the right place, at the right time.
The two complementary technologies will save time, reduce workload, and support improved outcomes to align with the UK national strategy to drive integration and efficiency for better care.
Dr Sajid Alam, Stroke Consultant at Ipswich Hospital, said: “As a district general hospital, we don’t have ready access to dedicated neuroradiologists to interpret every stroke scan. Having the AI software gives us more confidence when interpreting each scan – particularly the CTAs, where we look for a large vessel occlusion (LVO), a key indicator of patient eligibility for mechanical thrombectomy.”