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Artificial Intelligence in Gastroenterology

Artificial intelligence (AI) in gastroenterology is finally here. Together, Provation and Iterative Health are empowering clinicians, life science researchers, and other healthcare leaders in gastroenterology with the tools needed to work smarter, faster, and with more accuracy. After all, the quality of patient care depends on it.​

With our gastroenterology artificial intelligence technology, Provation and Iterative Health are on a shared mission to minimize healthcare disparities.

Gastroenterology artificial intelligence pioneer, Iterative Health, is partnering with Provation to help drive a new standard of care for the detection, and ultimately, treatment of gastrointestinal (GI) diseases. Our collective goal is to improve the speed, accuracy, and consistency of endoscopy readings, clinical trial recruitment, and procedure documentation – and we are doing so by integrating powerful, proprietary artificial and computer vision technologies into our key gastroenterology software solutions, like Provation® Apex.​

AI Polyp Detection for Gastroenterology

SKOUT™ artificial intelligence for gastroenterology polyp detection can help even the most thorough gastroenterologists detect more adenomas during a colonscopy.

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SKOUT has achieved FDA 501(k) clearance and is coming soon (not yet available for sale in the United States).

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SKOUT, a computer-aided detection (CADe) device from our AI partners Iterative Health, uses advanced computer-vision technology to recognize potentially suspicious colorectal polyps and provides gastroenterologists with real-time feedback, with the goal of early lesion detection.

A recent study has shown SKOUT to increase overall adenoma detection by up to 27%.1 SKOUT does not replace a full patient examination or physician judgement, however, it can assist endoscopists by analyzing colonoscopy video feed in real time to identify polyps and present visual indicators.

1Shaukat A, Lichtenstein D, Somers S, et al. (2022). Computer-Aided Detection Improves Adenomas per Colonoscopy for Screening and Surveillance Colonoscopy: A Randomized Trial. Gastroenterology. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35643173/

AI Patient Recruitment

Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) clinical trials recruitment just got easier with Iterative Health's AI technology

Help accelerate the development of new therapies for your inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) patients with AI patient recruitment from Iterative Health. This service is designed to help clinicians, healthcare organizations, and pharmaceutical companies more efficiently and accurately identify prospective clinical trial candidates for IBD trials.​

Whether you are running IBD clinical trials today, or new to clinical trials altogether, we can help relieve much of the patient recruitment burden for you.

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AI Automated Gastroenterology Documentation

With direct scope-to-text interpretation, artificial intelligence for gastroenterology documentation aims to improve gastroenterology procedure note workflows and accuracy

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Provation is always seeking to further minimize the burden of physician documentation for endoscopic procedures. That’s why we’ve partnered with Iterative Health to develop an AI documentation integration that will enable direct scope to text interpretation – coming soon to Provation® Apex.

Artificial Intelligence for Gastroenterology Benefits

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Improve accuracy and completeness of patient records, for better continuity of care.

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Standardize reporting and quality metrics across institutions.

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Review evidence-based documentation, without having to create it.

Improve accuracy and completeness of patient records, for better continuity of care.

Standardize reporting and quality metrics across institutions.

Review evidence-based documentation, without having to create it.

Artificial Intelligence in Gastroenterology News & Studies

Sept. 22, 2022

Iterative Health Receives FDA Clearance for AI-Assisted Polyp Detection Device SKOUT™

April 14, 2022

Enhancing the Standard of Care in Gastroenterology: Artificial Intelligence Applications

Feb. 22, 2022

Can an AI-driven data sharing effort advance IBD treatments? (Drug Discovery World)

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