Kevin Harris, President at CureMetrix

Kevin Harris, President at CureMetrix
President at CureMetrix

Recent Posts

Improving Clinical Outcomes Starts with Better Technology

Posted by Kevin Harris, President at CureMetrix on Jul 8, 2021 3:25:34 PM

Women have far better chances of survival if their breast cancer is diagnosed and treated early. Unfortunately, despite the best efforts of radiologists, nearly one third of breast cancer cases are missed in early mammogram screenings.

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Topics: radiology, AI, breast cancer, mammogram, cmTriage, cmAssist, artificial intelligence, mammography, screening, CAD, AI-CAD, Machine Learning, breast cancer awareness, AI Mammogram, Breast imaging, BI-RADS Atlas 5th Edition, FFPI, Dense Breast, BRCA, breast density, CHD, heart disease, cmdensity, SBI, NCBC, ECR

New Research Confirms Impact of CureMetrix AI on Improving Breast Cancer and Heart Disease Detection

Posted by Kevin Harris, President at CureMetrix on May 17, 2021 9:00:00 AM

 

Studies presented at major radiology conferences demonstrate the efficacy
of artificial intelligence solutions across key value points for radiology

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Topics: radiology, AI, breast cancer, mammogram, cmTriage, cmAssist, artificial intelligence, mammography, screening, CAD, AI-CAD, Machine Learning, breast cancer awareness, AI Mammogram, Breast imaging, BI-RADS Atlas 5th Edition, FFPI, Dense Breast, BRCA, breast density, CHD, heart disease, cmdensity, SBI, NCBC, ECR

AI Test Drive for Radiologists: Special RSNA Results Recap

Posted by Kevin Harris, President at CureMetrix on Jan 11, 2021 9:13:44 AM

 

Artificial intelligence (AI) continues to make a major impact on medical imaging, particularly in computer-aided cancer detection. Multiple studies have demonstrated that using AI-based computer-aided detection (CAD) for mammography significantly improves radiologists’ ability to detect breast cancers[1] and reduces the number of false positives recalled for unnecessary screening[2].

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Topics: radiology, AI, breast cancer, mammogram, cmTriage, artificial intelligence, mammography, screening, CAD, AI-CAD, Machine Learning, breast cancer awareness, RSNA, AI Mammogram

Marie Tartar, MD, Joins CureMetrix as Vice President, Medical Affairs

Posted by Kevin Harris, President at CureMetrix on Dec 8, 2020 10:38:47 AM

 

Well-respected Radiologist Brings Over Three Decades of Experience to AI-Focused Global Health Technology Company.

La Jolla, California, December, 2020 — CureMetrix, Inc., a global healthcare technology company that develops AI-driven software for radiology, today announced that Marie Tartar, MD, an accomplished diagnostic radiologist and breast imaging specialist with over three decades of experience, will join the company as Vice President of Medical Affairs. 

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Topics: radiology, AI, breast cancer, mammogram, cmTriage, artificial intelligence, mammography, screening, CAD, AI-CAD, Deep Learning, Machine Learning, breast cancer awareness

AI Test Drive Challenge

Posted by Kevin Harris, President at CureMetrix on Sep 11, 2020 10:58:09 AM

 

Putting Radiologists in the Driver’s Seat. Enter the AI Test Drive to Win an eBike.

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Topics: radiology, AI, breast cancer, mammogram, cmTriage, artificial intelligence, mammography, screening, CAD, AI-CAD, Deep Learning, Machine Learning

3 Success Strategies for Post-COVID Recovery

Posted by Kevin Harris, President at CureMetrix on May 11, 2020 4:26:34 PM

None of us could have anticipated the COVID-19 pandemic, and due to the pause on screenings, millions of mammograms have been deferred.

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Topics: News, AI, innovation, cmTriage, covid19, artificial intelligence, mammography, AuntMinnie, Partnering, Communication

COVID 19 and Radiology

Posted by Kevin Harris, President at CureMetrix on Mar 31, 2020 11:06:28 AM

COVID 19 and Radiology: There's Never Been a Better Time for AI

The COVID 19 pandemic has already overwhelmed our healthcare system, creating a ripple effect that puts additional strain on radiologists—and this will have serious impacts on breast cancer patient outcomes. In order to enforce social distancing and preserve resources for critically ill coronavirus patients, many imaging centers have put routine scheduled screening mammograms on hold for now. However, this means that those imaging centers will soon have to deal with the challenge of managing backlogs, keeping up with patient demand and ensuring accuracy in diagnosis at the same time.

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Topics: radiology, mammogram, cmTriage, covid19, cmAssist, artificial intelligence, mammography