Charles River Analytics showcased a tool built to predict traumatic injury at an open house held last month at U.S. Army‘s Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center in Georgia.
The company said Wednesday it presented during the event its EPIC3 application meant to aid in medical screening of wounded soldiers and help combat medics predict patient outcomes such as traumatic injury.
More than 300 attendees at the TATRC’s Mobile Health Innovation Center watched as Charles River scientists demonstrated the Army-funded app developed through the Artificial Intelligence Medic Assist project.
EPIC3 is designed to send treatment guidelines and medical alerts using an interface configured to a medic’s skills and needs.
Charles River developed the tool as part of its healthcare support and training initiatives.