Based in New York, USA, AiCure was founded by Adam Hanina and Laura Shafner in 2010. AiCure is a data-analytics company that uses artificial intelligence to understand how patients respond and comply with medication treatments. The AI assists with patient/ provider decision-making and records patient outcomes. Additionally, AiCure developed a patented facial recognition and motion-sensing application; accessible by a front-facing smartphone camera, that tracks real-time medication compliance and ingestion. AiCure is funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) as well as investors. AiCure has over 65 patents and has expanded globally to over 30 countries.
AiCure uses artificial intelligence to see, hear, and understand how patients respond to treatment. Additionally, AiCure developed the aforementioned IMA, an interactive medical assistant, available via a smartphone with camera, to assist patients and ensure they receive treatment or follow medication compliance routine.
COVID-19 is changing the way the industry thinks about preserving clinical trials while ensuring patient safety. AiCure enables continuity by providing remote and direct patient communication and engagement, ensuring assessments, medication adherence, virtual registration, training, and payments. Sites can continue to provide care and stay closely connected to their patients with a trusted provider of direct site and patient communication for a decade. AiCure is working with sites to maintain their patient relationship via video chat (telehealth) in a HIPAA and GDPR compliant manner while maintaining patient safety and privacy.
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