macro-eyes

macro-eyes

Machine learning company providing software for healthcare providers

Macro-eyes is a machine learning company with artificial intelligence designed by co-founder Suvrit Sra, assistant professor at MIT. Macro-eyes creates and deploys software for healthcare providers. Pymed is software for clinical decision support that is used at Samaritan Health Services and other academic medical centers in New York and California. The software uses retrieved data to make predictions such as optimal outcomes for specific patient phenotypes. Sibyl is a technology that predicts true utilization and improves scheduling in part by predicting which patients are most likely to show up for appointments.

Macro-eyes is working with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to create a predictive supply chain for vaccines to anticipate shifts in demand, aiming to eliminate stock-outs and maximize childhood vaccination coverage.

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Alex Kestner

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Benjamin Thelonious Fels

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Frederic Bahnson, MD, FACS

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Johannes Kitschke

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Sebastian Kaupert

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Suvrit Sra, PhD

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