ChestEye employs a computer-aided diagnosis (CAD) algorithm that analyzes x-rays for 75 different findings, localizes the features on images as heatmaps. It can also generate a preliminary text report that incorporates relevant findings in a chest x-ray image.
ChestEye has an area under the curve (AUC) metric of 93% in analyzing images, according to Oxipit. An internal trial showed that the software saved radiologists 30% of their interpretation time per patient and reduced error rates by up to 50%.
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