The OUH Innovation Fund funds several AI projects
At the recent distribution of the Innovation Fund 2021 at Odense University Hospital (OUH), projects with artificial intelligence (AI) made up half of the projects that recevied funding.
The five projects involving AI that received funding are:
- Summary of bleeding episodes in the electronic health record
- Neural network for diagnosis of Autoimmune Encephalitis
- Patient involvement in development of model for AI solutions
- Optimising workflows in the Emergency Department by predicting the number of future patients
- MERIS (Medicine Risk Score): Algorithm for the screening of patients with a need for medicine review
”I am delighted to see that each year, the focus on AI is increasing – among clinicians as well as researchers from both the hospital and the University of Southern Denmark. OUH’s Innovation Fund subsidises the focus areas in the OUH Innovation Strategy and these projects clearly demonstrate how artifical intelligence in actual practice can support the aim of putting the patient first and free time for the staff so they can focus on their key tasks” says Peter Børker Nielsen, Programme Manager of CAI-X.
The new AI projects that received funding from the OUH Innovation Fund will soon be available in the project overview here at cai-x.com.