Since its inception, Matrix AI Network has made healthcare in the areas of cancer and disease diagnosis a top priority for their platform. To accomplish this, Matrix utilizes its AI engine to detect and analyze various infectious diseases as well as other health issues. “ With many industries, artificial intelligence is poised to revolutionize the medical industry. Medical diagnosis, in particular, is primed for a revolution. When working in concert with established diagnostic approaches, AI has the potential to improve the accuracy of medical diagnoses, detect diseases and medical conditions at an earlier stage, and limit the variability in the quality of care a patient receives; just to name a few obvious advantages.”¹
This segment will provide a brief list exploring some of Matrix’s top Chinese healthcare partners. Enjoy.
302 Military Hospital
Over a year ago, Matrix announced they were working with a number of hospitals, one of them the 302 Hospital. “The [302 Military Hospital] has a complete disciplinary system and distinctive medical features. It is at the domestic advanced level in the pathogenesis of infectious diseases and secondary diseases, difficult liver diseases, blood diseases, and cancer diagnosis and treatment, especially cirrhosis and its complications, severe liver failure, liver transplantation. It has a leading position in the diagnosis and treatment of infectious diarrhea, central nervous diseases, AIDS, radiation sickness, leukemia and moyamoya disease. It has many domestic leading features such as bio-artificial liver, liver cell immune therapy, methadone replacement, and rapid perfusion of blood perfusion. technology.”²
Beijing Cancer Hospital
“The Beijing Cancer Hospital is one of the famous large special hospitals in the field of cancer research and treatment in China. It has 790 hospital beds, 26 clinical departments and 13 medical technological departments.
For the past many years, the Beijing Caner Hospital has been engaged in the diagnosis and treatment of various tumors, such as breast cancer, lung cancer, colorectal cancer, liver cancer, gastric cancer, esophageal carcinoma, malignant lymphoma, gynecological cancer, tumor of head and neck, tumor of urological system, bone tumor and melanoma. The hospital advocates the cooperation of multiple disciplines, integrate medical sources of all departments, and has established different cooperation groups for mono-disease including breast cancer, gastric cancer, lymphoma, and liver cancer, providing normalized and individualized combined treatment for the patients.”³
Shanghai Pulmonary Hospital
The Shanghai Pulmonary Hospital is one of the best hospitals in China for CT imaging and lung cancer treatment. Furthermore, the Shanghai Pulmonary Hospital boasts “several research institutes in thoracic surgery, oncology, respiratory, tuberculosis and occupational diseases in the hospital. Currently, the hospital has three clinical thoracic surgery and respiratory departments, an occupational disease clinical specialist, various municipal key laboratories, a clinical center and lung cancer, lung disease, tuberculosis, and an occupational disease clinical research center. Thoracic surgery Fudan Hospital Management Institute ranked third in the country. Respiratory Diseases Chinese hospital science and technology influence specialist ranked fourth in the country, Shanghai first. Tuberculosis Branch Chinese hospital science and technology influence specialist ranks second in the country. The hospital also undertook the task of nuclear emergency rescue and treatment and owned a national nuclear emergency medical rescue unit to successfully fulfill several major emergency rescue and rescue tasks.”⁴
Shanghai Huadong Hospital
Like the Shanghai Pulmonary Hospital, the Huadong hospital is also an industry leader in regards to CT imaging and lung cancer treatment. “Fudan University affiliated to the Huadong Hospital was established in 1951,
The hospital has four medical buildings and more than 10 supporting housing, which are occupied by medical, teaching, scientific research and disease prevention units, to the elderly comprehensive medicine characteristics, based in Shanghai, facing the domestic and foreign three-Class a comprehensive hospital.
At present, the hospital hosts 1300 beds, 44 clinical medical and technical departments, more than 2000 employees, of whom are 60 Doctoral tutors and master tutors.”⁵
Upon reading this, one burning question arises; how is Matrix able to acquire high level healthcare partners? Aside from its relevant AI technology and general connections to the industry, Matrix’s vary own Dr. Steve Deng has extremely close ties to the field. In 2009, Dr. Deng received support for cancer immunotherapy from the Chinese National Science Foundation and China Ministry of Science and Technology.
Currently, Matrix AI Network has high quality patient data from early screening, to CT imaging, until biopsy. Matrix so far has acquired the data of over 2,000 patients which are also labeled by the best doctors of China.