- The standard method for diagnosing COVID-19, the reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) assay, has limitations such as long turnaround time and a sensitivity below 100%, which can produce false negatives.
- CT imaging provides results quickly and can improve testing accuracy when supplementing RT-PCR testing.
- CT imaging together with AI-assisted diagnosis has the potential to work as a stand-alone diagnostic tool, making screening faster and more consistent and even detecting atypical cases.
Healthcare delivery has been disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, and digitalization has become a key component transforming the healthcare landscape. In order to make this digital transformation sustainable even after the pandemic, we believe that four steps are essential for building a digital healthcare enterprise. Learn more.