Author: Nicole Gray

Precision Driven Health wins at New Zealand Hi-Tech Awards 2020

Precision Driven Health (PDH) has won its category at the 2020 New Zealand Hi-Tech Awards 2020, held on Friday night, for the partnership’s freely accessible surgical risk calculator, nzRISK. The Visa Hi-Tech Solution for the Public Good Award recognises innovation focused on improving the lives of the people it serves. The judges commented that PDH …

Orion Health supports COVID-19 decision-making with a national algorithm management solution

Orion Health has today announced it will deliver a free national solution to support scenario modelling, risk prediction, forecasting and planning throughout New Zealand’s COVID-19 response. Accelerated to market through the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment’s COVID-19 Innovation Acceleration fund, the New Zealand Algorithm Hub will provide the infrastructure, tooling and resources necessary to …

Precision Driven Health selected as a finalist in the Visa Best Hi-Tech Solution for the Public Good Award

Precision Driven Health (PDH) has today announced it has been recognised as a finalist in the New Zealand Hi-Tech Awards 2020, for the partnership’s freely accessible surgical risk calculator, nzRISK. The category, Visa Best Hi-Tech Solution for the Public Good, recognises those whose innovation is firmly focused on improving the lives of the people it …

Precision Driven Health CEO selected to present on ethical machine learning at HIMSS20

Precision Driven Health (PDH) has today announced that its Chief Executive Officer, Dr Kevin Ross, has been selected to deliver a presentation on ethical machine learning at the 2020 HIMSS Global Health Conference and Exhibition. Dr Ross has also been invited to be a panellist in the AsiaPac Summit during the global conference. HIMSS20 brings …

Hack Aotearoa 2020 health datathon: PDH delegates collaborate to solve clinical problems

While the Hack Aotearoa 2020 – Artificial Intelligence for Health conference and datathon may be over for another year, we’re still fizzing with energy and enthusiasm for what we’ve learnt. Adding a health datathon to the event for the first time, Hack Aotearoa 2020 was a great opportunity for inter-disciplinary collaboration between data scientists, academics …

Highlights from Hack Aotearoa 2020

Precision Driven Health (PDH) was proud to sponsor Hack Aotearoa 2020, New Zealand’s Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare conference. The event, which this year included a health datathon for the first time, took place last Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the University of Auckland Business School. Hack Aotearoa 2020 was jointly hosted by the University of …

Delving into the data at Hack Aotearoa 2020

This Friday marks the return of Hack Aotearoa, the globally recognised Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Critical Data event. Building on the success of the 2019 event, Hack Aotearoa 2020 continues to innovate and will include a health datathon in addition to the main Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare conference. During the datathon, local and international data scientists, academics and …

PDH announces sponsorship of Hack Aotearoa 2020

Precision Driven Health (PDH) is excited to return in 2020 as a major partner for Hack Aotearoa.  Building on the success of the 2019 conference – the first of its kind in New Zealand – Hack Aotearoa 2020 continues to innovate and will include a health datathon in addition to the main Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare conference.  …

Late adopters of EHRs should move now

Those who ‘under use’ electronic health record (EHR) technology – such as countries, hospitals or individual clinicians – should embrace it, and will reap the benefits.

Post-HiNZ glow for PDH

The Precision Driven Health (PDH) team went to Hamilton for HiNZ Digital Health Week 2019.