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AiThority Interview Series With Christopher McCann, CEO and Co-Founder at snap40

I was a Medical student. In-hospital, we still monitor around 90 percent of patients by manually going around to each patient every few hours and collecting vital signs. Every year, it takes years of nursing time in the average hospital. It means we detect deterioration a lot later than is ideal. If we could automate the capture of vital signs, if we could use technology to identify the deteriorating patient for the doctor, then that could save lives and it could reduce pressure on Healthcare staff.

 

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AiThority Interview Series With Christopher McCann, CEO and Co-Founder at snap40

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